The German T-Mobile Deutschland, the French Orange and the British O2 (UK) have reported that they have signed exclusive agreements for the sale of the iPhone in their respective markets.
The operators have agreed to give Apple 10 percent of the revenue generated from the sale of voice and data services for the device, as reflected in published information. Operators hope to introduce the device to coincide with Christmas.
Apple plans to officially announce the agreement within the framework of the IFA, which will take place next week in the city of Berlin.
Web: Financial Times