byChris Ziegler||January 27th 2008 at 2:30amJanuary 27th 2008 2:30 am
Looks like T-Mobile Germany is meeting roughly the same fate as its French brethren in the European iPhone sales race, claiming to have sold around 70,000 of the little buggers since launching on November 9. That would put it in line with Orange's numbers, but still well below O2's projection of 200,000 sold by the end of January. Despite the wealth of high-end 3G devices available to Europeans, T-Mobile Germany's chief has gone on record echoing the sentiment put forth by chiefs of other carriers selling the iPhone, saying that "the iPhone is by far the most sold multimedia device in T-Mobile's portfolio." Then again, given Apple's intense profit-sharing policies, that really doesn't mean a heck of a lot to T-Mobile in terms of euros padding the bottom line.