Suggestions that T-Mobile is in line to carry iPhones are nothing more than conjecture, according to a spokesperson for the mobile phone network.
Earlier this week reports surfaced that T-Mobile could be offered the chance to sell iPhones – potentially bringing an end to O2’s exclusivity deal with Apple.
It was claimed that a deal struck between Apple and the network could allow it to offer earlier editions of the handset, leaving O2 with sole rights to the new iPhone 3G S.
However, in an interview with mocoNews a spokesperson for T-Mobile has dismissed the suggestions as “pure speculation”.
Launched in June in a storm of publicity, the iPhone 3G S sold over a million units in its first weekend in stores and is now thought to have surpassed the two million mark.
The new edition of the handset differs from earlier versions by the incorporation of powerful processor that allow multiple apps to be used simultaneously, a digital compass with GPS and HSDPA support for fast downloads.
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