T-Mobile Germany felt the squeeze and has finally given in. What happened you ask? Vodafone whined to the German courts that T-Mobile was dominating the iPhone market by selling a locked version of the iPhone. From Vodafone’s perspective this precluded consumers from choosing an alternative carrier. So to satisfy ‘the law; and comply with the German Court’s injunction, they conceded and will sell an unlocked version of the iPhone for $1,477. This move will allow T-Mobile to continue to sell a locked version of the iPhone for €399. In two weeks there will be a hearing to determine if the injuction – the one that makes T-Mobile sell an unlocked version – will remain in place.
T-Mobile Germany to Sell Unlocked iPhone – €999 [Fiercemobilecontent]
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