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iPhone 3G to hit 20 more countries on August 22, 16 confirmed

Nilay Patel
08.06.08
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Steve made a big show of announcing that the iPhone 3G would launch in 70 countries by the end of the year at WWDC, and according to CFO Tim Cook during Apple's last financial call, 20 more countries will join the list on August 22 for a total of 45. With that date just a couple weeks away, things are starting to fall into place, although not all 20 are confirmed yet. Here's a quick breakdown of the 16 confirmed countries so far -- any bets on what the other four will be?

  • Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Peru and Uruguay on Telefonica
  • India on Bharti Airtel and Vodafone
  • The Czech Republic on O2
  • Estonia on EMT
  • Poland on Orange and Era
  • Romania on Orange
  • Philippines on Globe Telecom
  • Hungary on T-Mobile
  • Singapore on Singtel

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