“More than 10,000 Belgians have already registered to buy Apple’s new iPhone ahead of its official Belgian launch on Friday, though they do not yet know how much the device will cost them, operator Mobistar said on Friday,” Reuters reports.

“Handsets in Belgium are usually not subsidised and the predecessor model of the iPhone 5 costs between 630 and 740 euros ($810-$960) in Mobistar’s web shop,” Reuters reports. “‘They want the device no matter what, so they are willing to pay the price they have to,’ a spokeswoman for the group said.”

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