Sweden’s TeliaSonera has announced it has reached an agreement with Apple to offer the iPhone in several Nordic and Baltic nations later this year, including Sweden (of course), Norway, Denmark, and Finland, as well as the Baltic nations of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia.
As with other recent announcement of deals with international mobile operators, the announcement was brief and offered no information on pricing, dates of availability, or what version of the iPhone would be offered to users. Apple is widely expected to introduce a 3G version of the iPhone early next month at its WWDC developer conference.
In recent weeks Apple has announced similar deals with Vodafone, America Movil, SingTel, Orange, and other carriers that will significantly expand the iPhone’s international availability. Although details on the agreements are almost non-existent, some of the deals are obvious non-exclusive, meaning in at least some markets, iPhones will be available from multiple carriers.
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