iPhone watch

iPhone watch

Here’s an update on the latest iPhone 3G distribution announcements:

Announced and existing iPhone 3G carriers:

Turkcell – Turkey

Softbank – Japan

Telefonica – Spain, Czech Republic, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Panama, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela

3 – Hong Kong and Macau

TeliaSonera – Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Finland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia

Swisscom – Switzerland

Optus – Australia

SingTel – Singapore

Bharti Airtel – India

Globe – Philippines

Vodafone – Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey

Telecom Italia Mobile (TIM) – Italy

America Movil – Markets unconfirmed but potentially Brazil, Colombia, Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands, Guatemala, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Honduras, Ecuador, Peru, Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, and Chile

Rogers – Canada

Orange – Austria, Belgium, the Dominican Republic, Egypt, Jordan, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Switzerland and Orange’s African markets – which presumably means Guinea Konakri, Guinea Bissau, Equatorial Guinea, Senegal, Ivory Coast, Niger, Mali, Kenya, Cameroon, Madagascar, Botswana and the Central African Republic


Telefonica O2 – UK and Ireland

T-Mobile – Germany, Austria, Netherlands

Orange – France


  1. Avatar mithi 21/05/2008 @ 4:39 am

    i am from the philippines, and i am looking forward for the release of iphone here in the philippines..

  2. Avatar Lyndon 27/05/2008 @ 2:35 pm

    What about the long awaited A2DP Bluetooth stereo profile support? I still have Motorola S9 headset gathering dust.

  3. Avatar rick 21/08/2008 @ 8:42 am

    iphone carries in the Netherlands is T-Mobile (release date was in July)

    James Middleton says:
    Thanks for that Rick. We’ll get it updated.

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