Apple signs 3 European carriers for the iPhone Daniel Brusilovsky Technology August 21, 2007 1 Minute The Financial Times is reporting that Apple has reached a deal with three different providers: T-Mobile of Germany O2 in the UK Orange of France My opinion…….its about time! I know this would of happened, but I didn’t know the company’s. Whats your opinion, comment, and tell me! Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related Published by Daniel Brusilovsky Director of Consumer Products & Technology at Golden State Warriors. Co-Founder of imoji. Founded Teens in Tech. Previously at Ribbon, Highland Capital Partners, TechCrunch and Qik. View all posts by Daniel Brusilovsky Published August 21, 2007
2 thoughts on “Apple signs 3 European carriers for the iPhone”
Now we can finally be in Europe! I knew this would happen!
I’m a little disappointed that it will be O2 in the UK, as I’m with Orange, but apple appears to have gone for the ‘national’ carriers. Orange is French, O2 English, Vodaphone German. I think under UK law the other carriers will be allowed access after a certain time period. I’m not sure how it works though