“A court order handed down Monday against Deutsche Telekom mobile arm T-Mobile demands that iPhone be sold in Germany unlocked and without a two-year contract, the Wall Street Journal clarifies,” Katie Marsal reports for AppleInsider.
“The German carrier has been given to the close of business on Wednesday to alter its marketing (subscription required) of the Apple handset to reflect the Court’s demands. The change in conditions will reportedly be valid until another hearing before a Hamburg court, which is expected in two weeks,” Marsal reports.
“For its part, however, T-Mobile is standing firm, claiming that its marketing model for the iPhone is correct. In a statement Tuesday, it said that sales of the Apple handset are continuing and that it reserves the right to claim damages from Vodafone,” Marsal reports.
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