T-Mobile Germany offers SIM-lock free iPhone for EUR 999

Wednesday 21 November 2007 | 14:48 CET | News
T-Mobile Germany has started offering the Apple iPhone without the need for a two years T-Mobile contract for EUR 999. All iPhone customers, who acquired the mobile device on 19 and 20 November, can let the SIM lock be de-activated for free as well. The operator was forced by a state court in Hamburg to offer the iPhone without the obligation of a two year contract after Vodafone Germany filed an injunction against the offering. T-Mobile warns buyers that not all iPhone functions are available when using another German mobile network.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / T-Mobile Germany / Vodafone Germany
Countries: Germany
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