Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Orange Has Sold 30,000 iPhone in France

On Wednesday, France Telecom has said that its Orange division had already sold close to 30,000 iPhone in France since its launch there last week. Hundreds of buyers queue up outside Orange’s flagship store on Paris’ Champs-Elysees. This condition is similar to the ones just after its initial launch in New York and elsewhere in Europe earlier this year.

Orange, owned by France Telecom, is not the only operator that distributes iPhone to the European market, especially France. Telefonica SA’s O2 mobile phone unit had already reached agreement to become the exclusive network partner for Apple Inc’s iPhone in the UK.

The iPhone combines usual mobile phone devices with the facilities of an Internet browser, iPod music player and other multimedia options.

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