T-Mobile Responds To Vodafone IPhone Court Order

Posted: Nov 20 2007, 1:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 4:57am CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

T-Mobile responds to Vodafone iPhone Court Order
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As reported earlier today Vodafone obtained a court order in Germany against the locked iPhone sales by T-Mobile.

T-Mobile sells iPhone without contract for 999 Euro in Germany now.

T-Mobile issued a press-release responding to the court order. T-Mobile says that the sale of the iPhone continues as before and that they will file objection against the court order. Additionally they are thinking about claiming Vodafone for damages.
T-Mobile also brings arguments on why a locked strategy is good for iPhone users. T-Mobile highlights that iPhone users save money because of the EDGE and Hotspot data flat rate. There are so many arguments against locked iPhone sales, that I do not want to get into it. Happy hacking...
Via this T-Mobile press-release (German).

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