The Financial Times is reporting that Apple has agreed to deals with T-Mobile, Orange, and O2 that will allow the three companies to sell the iPhone in Europe. The report claims that T-Mobile would handle service in Germany, Orange in France, and O2 would offer the iPhone in the UK.
What's interesting is the reported terms of the deal. Apple is said to be receiving 10 per cent of all voice and data revenues. The company's deal with AT&T was not made public, but is said to be similarly weighted towards Apple.
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