“One of Italy’s most respected newspapers, La Repubblica (like the WSJ with red sauce), is claiming in no uncertain terms that the 3G iPhone is coming shortly to Telecom Italia without a revenue sharing deal and without long-term exclusivity,” Thomas Ricker reports for Engadget.
“If true, this change in strategy opens the doors for a true, global, 3G iPhone launch on UMTS networks around the world come summer time,” Ricker reports.
“We contacted Telecom Italia who refuse to comment on the matter,” Ricker reports.
Full article, with link to Italin to English translation of the La Repubblica article, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “MIke in Helsinki” for the heads up.]