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T-Mobile to offer iPhone in Germany?

Rheinische Post is reporting that the T-Mobile unit of Deutsche Telekom has completed a deal to be the iPhone’s exclusive carrier in Germany. The report, which is a preview of a larger story set to run tomorrow, claims that the iPhone will sell for around 450 euros — around $612 — and will hit stores Nov. 1. The report did not cite any sources. Previous rumors concerning the iPhone in Europe have stated that Vodafone, as well as T-Mobile, were front runners to land the device. Deutsche Telekom and T-Mobile were not available for comment.

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The “Handelsblatt” already reported otherwise: It is still not known who will be partner in Germany/Europe - http://www.handelsblatt.com/news/Unternehmen/IT-Medien/_pv/_p/201197/_t/ft/_b/1289241/default.aspx/gerangel-um-deutschen-iphone-vertrieb-geht-weiter.html

Posted by Manuel Grabowski on July 4, 2007 at 3:51 AM (CDT)


@Manuel: Thanks for the handelsblatt link.
Quite ridiculous how several renowned German news sites picked up the initial story and made it look like a fact, while it was just based on rumours…

Posted by Nico on July 4, 2007 at 4:49 AM (CDT)


Oh, come on. GERMANY gets an iPhone, but Canada doesn’t?

Posted by The Soup Nazi on July 4, 2007 at 10:15 PM (CDT)


The BBC are reporting that O2 will get the iPhone contract in the UK.


Posted by Phil Lee on July 5, 2007 at 4:24 AM (CDT)

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