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Orange confirms iPhone deal for France

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French Telecom’s Orange unit has confimed that it will offer the iPhone in France, CNNMoney reports. “We have signed an agreement with Apple to sell the iPhone,” France Telecom’s spokeswoman said. The company also said it will start selling the handset in November, without giving a precise date for the launch. The iPhone is being launched in the U.K. and Germany on Nov. 9. In addition, the company said it “won’t subsidize the iPhone,” but declined to give any pricing details; in Germany, the phone will sell for €399, or around $554. Apple has yet to comment on the announcement.

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