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Aug 22

Apple iPhone HalfApple and European cellphone operators reportedly agreed to  terms on sell the iPhone according to FinancialTimes.  According to the FT, “Apple has succeeded in committing European mobile phone operators that want exclusively to sell its new iPhone to share parts of their revenues with the technology group.”

The agreement was signed between Apple and 02 in United Kingdom, T-Mobile Germany and Orange in France.  The deal, “requires that the operators hand over to Apple ten-percent of the revenues made from calls and data transfers by customers over iPhones.”  Same goes for those companies looking to logo their products Made for iPod on their accessories.

As of yet, there is no time-frame for the Apple iPhone in Europe for pricing, launch time-frame, or any other remaining deals with carriers elsewhere.  These are exciting times for the iPhone overseas.  There are sure to be more details in the coming months, leading up to New Year’s 2008 on what type of Apple iPhone cellphone will be released. Via Engadget & Vnunet.

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