“SK Telecom could get the CDMA iPhone 4 next month in what could be a significant shift in the Korean cellphone industry, according to claims from the field,” Electronista reports.
“The largest Korean carrier is supposedly in ‘final stage’ talks with Apple to have the phone in March,” Electronista reports. “The deal is claimed by Yonhap’s contact to be ‘going smoothly’ and all but certain to happen on time.”
Electronista reports, “Apple has never officially outlined plans to bring the CDMA iPhone to non-US carriers, but talks have been rumored for virtually every major CDMA carrier outside the US, including KDDI in Japan, China Telecom, and both Tata and Reliance in India.
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]