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iPhone Available in 21 New Countries Starting August 22 V.J. | , 12:33 p.m. Aug. 8, 2008 2008-08-08

 

Apple’s most successful product will be released in 21 new countries starting from August 22. This comes with no surprise if we keep in mind its tremendous success in the last few months. There were times when more than 13.000 iPhones were sold per second.

 

Anywhey the iPhone 3G is a full touchscreen device with includes quad-band GSM (850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900 MHz) and tri-band HSDPA (850 / 1900 / 2100 MHz) connectivity. It also has a built-in GPS, A-GPS, App Store access and internal memory of 8 or 16 GB, depending on model. It has a 3.5 inch TFT touchscreen display and a lot of software created to make the iPhone experience exceed imagination.

 

The device will of course have different prices in all countries listed below, but the iPhones available in the US come for about 200 USD or even more, with a contract agreement. In any case, here are the countries where you could find the iPhone starting with August 22:

 

– Argentina (Claro);

– Colombia (Comcel);

– Chile (Claro);

– Czech Republic (O2);

– El Salvador (Claro);

– Ecuador (Porta);

– Estonia (EMT – owned by TeliaSonera);

– Guatemala (Claro);

– Honduras (Claro);

– Hungary (T-Mobile);

– India (Airtel and Vodafone);

– Lithuania (Omnitel – owned by TeliaSonera);

– Latvia (Latvian Mobile Telephone, also known as LMT);

– Poland (Orange and Era);

– Peru (Claro);

– Paraguay (Claro);

– Philippines (Globe Telecom – owned by SingTel);

– Romania (Orange);

– Singapore (SingTel);

– Slovakia (Orange and T-Mobile);

– and Uruguay (Claro).

(the list was compiled by Softpedia)

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