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Latvia insulted by iPhone 5 sales start schedule

Thursday 20 September 2012 | 12:56 CET | News
Latvian mass media are continuing an exhaustive discussion on the start of sales of Apple's iPhone 5. Latvia has not been included in the list of 22 countries where sales of the device will start on 28 September, while Estonia and Lithuania have been included, reports Db.lv. Representatives of Latvian mobile operator LMT tried to contact Apple in various ways in order to discern whether this was a mistake or an intentional decision. It received only a brief response saying it was a marketing decision.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / LMT
Countries: Latvia
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