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iPhone going France

Orange in France has been chosen by Apple Inc. to be the exclusive carrier for iPhone in France. The mobile operator which is owned by France Telecom, will be selling the iPhone for €399 ($560). This multimedia device is expected to be available in France starting November,29 2007.

French law bans phones being locked to a network for more than six months. Orange is expected to sell an unlocked version of iPhone and this is a good news for Apple/iPhone fans in France.

Last month, Apple announced that the iPhone will be available in the UK and Germany, however these phones are still locked to the exclusive carrier chosen by Apple.

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