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TeliaSonera to launch iPhone in Latvia, Lithuania on Sept. 26

TeliaSonera has announced that it will be launching the iPhone 3G in Latvia and Lithuania through its subsidiaries LMT and Omnitel on September 26. “This represents another strategic step for us in the development of the mobile broadband market and further strengthens our position in the Nordic and Baltic region,” said Kenneth Karlberg, president, Business Area Mobility Service, TeliaSonera. “Following the successful launch of iPhone 3G in the Nordic countries and in Estonia, we are happy to offer iPhone 3G to our customers in Latvia and Lithuania.” TeilaSonera currently offers the iPhone 3G in Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Norway, and Sweden.

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iPhone 3G launched, but no iTunes store yet in Lithuania.

Posted by Dainius on September 27, 2008 at 1:24 PM (PDT)

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