Recent developments suggest Apple is in negotiations with Telecom New Zealand to offer the iPhone 3G, and possibly the next-generation iPhone. First, a representative from Telecom NZ posted a message from the company’s retail head Alan Gourdie on Twitter, saying the company is “in negotiations with Apple,” adding that it is “very focused on the 3rd gen iPhone.” Several hours later, a National Business Review article also claimed the company was in negotiations with Apple, with a quote Gourdie saying that Telecom was in “discussions – deep discussions – with Apple.” The iPhone 3G is currently available in New Zealand from Vodafone.
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