Finding itself sorely out of the limelight during the recent nationwide iPhone frenzy, Verizon has decided to supply it's sales staff with some ammunition to squelch customer concerns about their inability to get an iPhone through Verizon.
Remember the iPhone we all heard about for months? You know, the one that was "impossible" to unlock? Well, so much for that. A mere 5 days into the post-launch iPhone era, we've got an unlocked iPhone.
Who said the Apple iPhone rumor mill was going to stop churning after the iPhone was released? Certainly not me. While everyone enjoys talking about all the wonderful things we're doing with the iPhones we have, most people find talking about the things we can't do, but might be doing soon, instead.
According to news recently published via Reuters, T-Mobile - the mobile division of Germany's D. Telekom - has landed distribution rights to the iPhone in Germany. T-Mobile will be the exclusive carrier of the Apple iPhone in Germany.
The brief indicates that the iPhone will go on sale in Germany on November 1st of this year and will retail for $450 Euros ($612 USD).
UPDATE - July 11th, 2008: If you're looking for information on activation issues plaguing iPhone 3G owners, visit the following link: Not Again: iPhone 3G Release Plagued by Activation Problems.