Apple’s iPhone lands in France

Janet Harris

November 28, 2007

Apple's iPhone lands in France
Apple is launching its iPhone in France tonight, exclusively on the Orange network.

The unlocked price is €649, or €399 with an airtime contract of at least one year, and the device will be available in selected shops in 12 major cities tonight, with a country-wide launch tomorrow.

Orange will unlock iPhones sold with an airtime contract for an additional fee of €100 in the first six months. Under French law, after six months the phone must be unlocked for free.

Orange claims to have secured 50,000 pre-orders for the iPhone. The carrier is the fourth network operator to sell the iPhone. It has previously been launched on AT&T in the US, T-Mobile in Germany and O2 in the UK.






 

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