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Orange to offer iPhone in over 10 countries

Orange to offer iPhone in over 10 countries - read the full textOrange today announced that "later this year" they will make the Apple iPhone available in more than ten countries including Austria, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Jordan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland and Orange's African markets. Orange seem to save their words...

 

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finally Philippines... wohoo... cant wait...

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  • 2008-06-04 13:14
  • vpY}

FOR Innocee "how rude are these people? they think africa is one country? i cant belive this poo , do they not realise there are over 21 african countries but on the distrubtion list where its says countries they just say ' Africa ' , YOU suck Orange , Vodafone ,why dont you come here to 'Africa' , and let us show you something you cheap bastterds"

I am Orange! so I know this: you can`t read(the whole article), you can`t write(bassttttteerr... what?) and you obviously have some problems(anger management) and you say Orange sucks... well guess what... you suck more than I do :D

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  • 2008-05-24 12:20
  • iKD@

by the way.... you know that the article wasn`t written by Orange right? sa why do you say that Orange called AFRICA a country? (although it`s listed in the countries and REGIONS section... )

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  • 2008-05-24 12:12
  • iKD@

Orange that wasn't a good idea callin Africa a country and further most you listed Egypt! I bought an iphone from USA and all networks in RSA say their systems don't support iphones. I suggest orange n vodafone revisit that list...

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  • 2008-05-23 12:35
  • jLBr

how rude are these people? they think africa is one country? i cant belive this poo , do they not realise there are over 21 african countries but on the distrubtion list where its says countries they just say ' Africa ' , YOU suck Orange , Vodafone ,why dont you come here to 'Africa' , and let us show you something you cheap bastterds

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  • 2008-05-23 11:00
  • ftb}

When it was released in Us...in one week it was available in Romania...nothing new..anyway ..HTC > iPhone

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  • 2008-05-21 10:52
  • ntNF

it will be interesting to see how the iphone is received in australia as there are basically 2 different networks (im talking frequency wise) with telstra owning the higher quality one which requires certain tech in the handset to access.

Should still be pretty crazy though ;)

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  • 2008-05-20 09:09
  • PP$8

i think the iphone was apple's guinea pig. like the original ipod, it was intuitive for it's time, but even then left alot to be desired...wait about...10 more years before we get a more ideal iphone, hehehe

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  • 2008-05-20 06:39
  • FMYk

2 sentences... 1 sentence...PR school? talk about coming up with article filler, hahaha. good news though.

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  • 2008-05-20 06:36
  • FMYk

im sorry but the iphone is not a rubbish phone
it makes and receives calls and can text but it is also second to none for the web browsing capabilities which NO ONE can beat!
the mp3 is second to none!

so what if it cant send mms or bluetooth if you dont like it dont buy it and change the record because we have all herd this argument before!

END OFF

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  • 2008-05-19 14:40
  • iIR0

Hmm.. iPhone in POLAND something new:P I live in this strange country and I just wonder how much will be cost in Orange this phone ???

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  • 2008-05-17 14:10
  • mMTp

U left out Singapore and Philippines. Here is the official statement by Singtel "SingTel, Bharti Airtel, Globe and Optus today announced that they have signed an agreement with Apple to bring the iPhone to Singapore, India, the Philippines and Australia later this year.
More information will be released at a later date." Source:http://home.singtel.com/news_c...08_05.12­.asp

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  • 2008-05-17 13:27
  • TIEh
  • Mohamed El Askalany
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Later this year, probably means iPhone 2.0, which in turns means more capabilities and 3G support. Mac OS X mobile is very stable. The device is more responsive than almost every Windows Mobile phone out there, and Pocket Safari is a wonderful experience. And since Apple is already moving away from carrier monopoly, then probably more options are to be granted to users. To think that later this years these providers will be selling the original iPhone, which is already out of stock everywhere, is indeed wrong.

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  • 2008-05-17 13:02
  • fvKt

@ S2@Q

In The Netherlands thi Iphone will be available with Vodafone. But only the second generation. Because the first Iphone is rubbish.

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  • 2008-05-17 12:40
  • n%nF

Iphone suсks.

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  • 2008-05-17 12:33
  • p78C

In Portugal, Orange is called Optimus.
www.optimus.pt

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  • 2008-05-17 11:04
  • M3Wx

I Phone is a piece of crap and i dont understand y everyone makes such a big thing about it, wat good will come of two bad things coming together (Orange + I Phone)

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  • 2008-05-17 10:36
  • nsSk

I think Orange in Poland will offer next generation iPhone, rather then classic one. But we'll see. Cheers.

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  • 2008-05-17 09:44
  • mM3X

In Brazil it's also Claro

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  • 2008-05-17 08:26
  • PFGm

in My Country i phone is not yet available , so i wonder is Iphone got extra publicity then it deserve? . plz somebody answer

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  • 2008-05-17 08:25
  • w9JB

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