New Zealand’s Telecom Corp. ‘in deep discussion with Apple’ to carry revolutionary iPhone

“Telecom Corp. is in negotiations to sell Apple’s iPhone, says the telco’s retail boss Alan Gourdie,” Matt Greenop reports for The New Zealand Herald.

“It announced the handset and plan line-up for its new high-speed 3G ‘XT’ network this morning, and Gourdie admitted that the iPhone may be in the pipeline for Telecom customers,” Greenop reports. “‘We don’t have the iPhone at launch,’ he said, ‘but we are in deep discussion with Apple.'”

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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “James W.” for the heads up.]

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