TeliaSonera to bring iPhone to the Nordic and Baltic markets

TeliaSonera to bring iPhone in the Nordic and Baltic markets

And the latest Apple’s iPhone partner is… TeliaSonera. The short release says:

TeliaSonera today announced it has signed an agreement with Apple to bring the iPhone to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia later this year.

It will be quite interesting to see how Apple’s handset sells in the lands of Nokia and Sony Ericsson. I doubt we’ll see many “spoiled for 3.5G” Finns and Swedes jumping on the Apple’s bandwagon. At least until the 3G version is out…

P.S. It’s good to be spoiled, sometimes. 😉

[Via: Engadget Mobile]

  • iphoneman

    I must point out that at least Finland it is illegal from operator to sell non-3G phones with telephone subscription. So the iphone must be 3G version if apple wishes to bind it to the operator.

  • Tom

    Thats right iphoneman strange that apple cant do one real phone with 3G ? The first 3G phones come out 2001 it look like iphone are almost from stoneage.
    No MMS No 3G No Video one crap Camera .
    I dont belive people buy this media payed hype phone from apple.

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