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Monday, 25 April 2011 09:05

T-Mobile U.S. to get iPhone?

Written by David Stellmack
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Apple is testing to be ready
Apple is apparently testing a new iPhone that is configured for the T-Mobile USA GSM bands. T-Mobile has said nothing publicly about getting ready to launch the iPhone, and our T-Mobile US sources say that they are not currently aware of a plan yet to offer the iPhone.

The way we see it, it is likely that Apple is testing ahead of the proposed AT&T acquisition of T-Mobile U.S. and as part of that they need to test the additional GSM bands that T-Mobile uses. We suspect that the testing will precede T-Mobile customers’ ability to obtain the iPhone once the merger gets closer to approval.


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