“Canadian users of Apple’s new iPhone 4 will have the option to move freely from one wireless provider to another,” The Canadian Press reports. “Consumers will be able to buy the new iPhone from Apple without a long-term contract, which would allow them to migrate to the wireless provider of their choice.”
“Apple’s website says the new iPhone 4 works with micro-SIM cards that are used by carriers around the world, meaning that international travellers could use their phones with providers in other countries,” The Canadian Press reports. “The new iPhone will also sold by major Canadian carriers including Rogers, Telus and Bell.”
MacDailyNews Take: Multiple carriers in one country. What a concept.
The Canadian Press reports, “The iPhone 4 is due to be released June 24 in the United States and by the end of July in Canada.”
Full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “db” for the heads up.]