Apple IPhone Exclusivity Ends In Germany

Posted: Oct 12 2010, 2:32pm CDT | by , Updated: Oct 12 2010, 7:41pm CDT, in News | Apple

Apple iPhone Exclusivity ends in Germany
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Germany is, besides the US, the last major iPhone market with an exclusive carrier deal. At the end of this month Vodafone and O2 will get their first official iPhone 4 customers and the Deutsche Telekom iPhone exclusivity comes to an end. AT&T will be the only exclusive carrier in a major market. The AT&T exclusivity will end in 2011, if the rumors about the Verizon iPhone indeed turned out to be true.

O2 is now taking pre-registrations for the iPhone 4 here. For the Vodafone iPhone 4 you can pre-register here.

According to Focus Magazine, the Deutsche Telekom has sold about 1.9 million iPhones (as of September).

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