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China Telecom begins taking iPhone 5 pre-orders

Monday 26 November 2012 | 02:40 CET | News
China Telecom has begun taking pre-orders for the Apple iPhone 5. The company will start selling the device sometime in December, with the exact data as yet unknown, the Global Times reports. Earlier this month, Suning, a home appliance retailer, also said it had begun taking pre-orders for Apple's latest handset model. Rival China Unicom has yet to open pre-orders.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / China Telecom / China Unicom
Countries: China
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