Orange France to offer iPhone in late November

Friday 21 September 2007 | 08:21 CET | News
France Telecom will introduce the Apple iPhone in late November, according to a company spokesman. Various press reports quote Group CEO Didier Lombard confirming from Hanoi, Vietnam, that Orange had secured exclusive distribution of the much-awaited handset in France. He added that Orange anticipated strong growth thanks to the iPhone, while not revealing its price or length of exclusivity. As previously reported, O2 UK and T-Mobile Germany will offer the iPhone from 9 November.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: France Telecom / Orange Business France
Countries: France
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