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Orange UK to offer iPhone later this year

Orange UK has reached an agreement with Apple to offer the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS later this year. Offering the UK’s “largest 3G network,” Orange will sell the iPhone through all the company’s direct channels, including Orange shops, the Orange website and Orange telesales channels, as well as selected high street partners. In addition, Orange has launched a pre-registration site for interested customers at Owned by France Telecom, Orange now offers the iPhone in 28 countries and territories globally; pricing, tariff, and availability information has yet to be announced.

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I have just moved from Orange to O2 specifically to get the iPhone 3Gs, having been with Orange for several years.  Had heard rumours that the iPhone was coming to Orange, but that it would be the old, non 3G version, which kind of made sense seeing as O2 had the exclusivitey deal.
Not sure if I’m happy about this or not, could possibly pave the way for some healthy tariff pricing competition?

Posted by Charles Starrett on September 28, 2009 at 9:22 AM (CDT)

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