It's official: Orange has the iPhone in France.

France Telecom, Orange's parent company, says they won't subsidize the iPhone, but also didn't say anything about price, according to CNN Money. They also didn't give a release date other than November-- the UK and Germany are getting it on 9th November, so it should be close to that point.

Reader Samuel, who sent us this French article (all I know is "sacrebleu," sorry), also notes that Apple seems to be signing with the national operators in each country, so the prediction for Italy is TIM, Belgium is predicted Belgacom (although reader Jelle says he saw the iPhone on Base's website, so who knows), KPN in the Netherlands, and so on.

I'm clueless about French wireless providers-- is Orange good? Does this deal have you Francophiles saying oui or no?

Thanks to everyone who sent this in!

This article was originally published on Tuaw.
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