If you believe the latest round of reports, the iPhone is going to see some significant price cuts, in Europe at least.
Thomson Financial is citing local news agencies in Spain as reporting that the new 3G iPhone will be offered in that country for under 100 euro. In exchange, Spanish customers will have to sign a 2 or 3 year deal with local carrier Telefonica.
Not bad, considering that you have to sign a deal with AT&T just to get the iPhone for full price over here in the states. Let's hope that the Telefonica deal is not only true, but a sign of things to come for the next iPhone.
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