European iPhone to be picked up by Vodafone?

28 Mar 2007 | Apple , Vodafone | 2 comments


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Not so many iPhone stories since the announcement at MacWorld, but here's something for our European readers. According to an article in the Guardian last week, Apple is getting ready to make a deal with a ONE European network, who will get exclusivity over the iPhone. Rumors Industry insiders are reporting that Vodafone is most likely to get it.

Apple needs to make up its mind before the end of the year, when the official European launch is planned to take place.

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Via Brighthand

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by Evorgleb on Mar 28, 2007

We've been talking about the iPhone and I'm not sure how I feel yet. One thing is for sure, I'm not feeling the exclusive deal with AT&T. Sorry, the iPhone is not enough for me to switch carriers. I really do want one though :)

by Anonymous Coward on Apr 30, 2007

Hmm. I wonder how much it will cost without a network provider. Guess it'll be a lot, if it is $599 for two years with Cingular :S