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Mobile & Wireless

Beeline cuts price of iPhone 5

Tuesday 18 December 2012 | 13:47 CET | News
Russian mobile operator Vimpelcom, working under the Beeline brand, has already cut the price of the Apple iPhone 5, reports Prime-Tass. The cheapest version was reduced by RUB 5,000, to RUB 29,900. Beeline is the official distributor of the iPhone 5 in Russia; its price cuts follow other retailers starting to carry the smartphone.

Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Beeline / Vimpelcom
Countries: Russian Federation
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