Report: T-Mobile to begin selling Apple iPhone in Austria in first half 2008

“Deutsche Telekom’s mobile unit T-Mobile will begin selling Apple’s iPhone in Austria in the first half of the year, T-Mobile Chief Executive Hamid Akhavan said on Tuesday,” Nicola Leske reports for Reuters.

Full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Linux Guy And Mac Prodigal Son” for the heads up.]

MacDailyNews Note: According to T-Mobile’s website, “T-Mobile Austria has around 2 million customers making it the most established company on the Austrian mobile phone market.”


  1. No. Neither can you buy a German T-Mobile phone and use it on T-Mobile in the US (except while roaming, of course, but that you can do with any iPhone in any country, as long as you pay the exorbitant roaming charges).

    If you’re so desperate to use T-Mobile in the US, you’ll have to bite the bullet and unlock.

  2. Bon:

    I’m pretty sure the iPhone has not been officially released in Australia… yet. So, chances are if you bought an iPhone Down Under, then it would be unlocked and then yes, you would be able to use it on T-Mobile network in the US.

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