“People eager to buy Apple’s latest iPhone in Finland can now do so without committing to a separate phone plan,” YLE reports.
“Teleoperator Elisa is to start selling the popular phones without a tie-in sale,” YLE reports. “To date, consumers have had to purchase a fixed airtime contract together with the handset from telecommunications operator TeliaSonera.”
YLE reports, “Elisa will launch its sale of iPhones on Thursday [iPhone 4 16GB, 589 euros; 32GB, 689 euros].”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Petteri V.” for the heads up.]