iPhone Prices Slashed By As Much As 75% In Germany

Friday, April 04, 2008

So what are Apple's revenues from its overseas iPhone sales? German mobile phone service provider Deutsche Telekom has slashed prices for iPhones by as much as 75%, giving away the 8GB model for €99 instead of €399. According to a report by German daily Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (FAZ) this may be a clearing of inventory as consumers wait for a model with UMTS capabilities, standard on most phones in Europe.
According to the report consumers still have to shell out a minimum of €945 to hold an iPhone in their hands. This is 40% less than before, when an iPhone, only sold with a special provider contract, went for €1,575.


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