Chunghwa Telecom, Taiwan’s largest mobile and fixed line operator, has reportedly signed an agreement with Apple to offer the iPhone 3G beginning next month. The Chinese-language Economic Daily cited unidentified sources in its report, without listing pricing or sales targets. According to Taiwan News, cell phone specialists say that if the handset is sold unlocked, then official sales could help lower the price of the iPhone handsets sold on Internet auction sales by a least NT$3,000 (~$91).
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