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Mobile & Wireless

Telstra sells 100,000 iPhone 5s since 21 September

Wednesday 17 October 2012 | 09:33 CET | News
Australian operator Telstra has sold over 100,000 iPhone 5s in Australia since 21 September, reports ZDNet citing CEO David Thodey. In addition to the iPhone 5, Telstra already has over 500,000 active LTE services on its network, which currently covers 40 percent of the Australian population. Thodey reiterated the company's plans to have its network reach 66 percent of the Australian population by June 2013, as part of a AUD 1.2 billion investment this financial year in LTE.



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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / Telstra
Countries: Australia
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