T-Mobile Germany may lose iPhone exclusivity
T-Mobile has been the exclusive carrier of the iPhone in Germany since the first iPhone in 2007; however there is new evidence to show that T-Mobile may lose its exclusivity to O2 and Vodafone in the coming weeks.
The O2 Germany website, has launched a ‘keep me informed’ page, that offers “the latest news and everything to know about the iPhone 4 on O2” and also the Vodafone website shows similar page that allows you to sign up and choose which iPhone 4 or iPhone 3GS you want to be notified about.
Still both the carriers are yet to announce official pricing or release moment, however one source at iPhone-Ticker.de has said that Vodafone will have iPhone 4’s starting Wednesday 27th October, with prices starting at €729 and as high as €849, off contract.
Rumored on contract prices start at €169, 90 for the handset and €45 a month for the low-tier contract to as high as €119, 95 a month, with the handset at €1 for the higher-tier contract.
In next two weeks, we might see the end of T-Mobile’s exclusivity in Germany, and sees them join the likes of the UK and Canada in the list of multiple-carrier countries