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article imageApple will offer iPhone in 10 more countries

By Chris V. Thangham     May 16, 2008 in Technology
Orange, France Telecom's mobile provider, will offer iPhone in at least 10 more European, Middle Eastern and African countries.
Apple will launch a 3G iPhone next month in the U.S., and soon after Apple will make them available in 10 countries through Vodafone for the first time. Now Apple is expanding its reach again by offering iPhone for 10 more countries via Orange.
The deal was announced today. The phones will be available in Austria, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Portugal, Egypt, Jordan and Dominican Republic.
Few weeks earlier, Apple announced it will provide iPhone to the following countries: Australia, India, Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, South Africa, Italy, New Zealand, Portugal and Turkey.
Both Orange and Vodafone will supply iPhones in Portugal.
Previously the iPhones were available in only a few countries besides the U.S., the U.K., France and Germany.
Canada will also get iPhone by this year through Rogers. Other countries that may carry the iPhone are: Mexico, Singapore, Philippines, Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay, Jamaica and Puerto Rico.
With so many countries in place, iPhone will soon reach their main goal of selling 10 million units by end of this year.
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