“Vodafone is among the frontrunners to become the network operator for Apple’s iPhone when it comes to Europe, according to investment bank Credit Suisse,” Tim Ferguson reports for ZDNet Asia.
“A recent Credit Suisse research note said the U.K.-based mobile operator could walk away with the sole rights to sell the iPhone in Europe,” Ferguson reports. “Credit Suisse believes Vodafone would represent a good bet for Apple as it’s able to offer a presence in most European markets.”
“Vodafone’s chief rival appears to be Deutsche Telekom, according to Credit Suisse,” Ferguson reports. “Credit Suisse predicts the European operator for the iPhone can expect to sell around six million of the devices in the first three years.”
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