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T-Mobile Austria drops price on 8GB iPhone 3G

T-Mobile Austria has reduced its pricing (Translated link) on the 8GB iPhone 3G, a possible hint at changes in store elsewhere for the basic model handset. The 8GB model is now priced at €1 when purchased with the €45/month supreme tariff, compared to €99 before the drop. In addition, the carrier is offering the first month at no fee, and an online ordering bonus of €45. This is the first carrier to offer a discount from its original pricing on the iPhone 3G; it is unclear whether other iPhone carriers plan to drop their prices on the smaller-capacity model as well. Apple bumped the maximum capacity of the original iPhone from 8GB to 16GB in February 2008.

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