StarHub Signs Singapore iPhone Deal

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Singapore's StarHub announced on Monday that it will begin selling Apple's iPhone before the end of the year.

In a terse statement, the company said "StarHub and Apple have reached an agreement to bring iPhone to customers in Singapore later this year. StarHub looks forward to offering iPhone and a range of tailored service plans to customers in Singapore. More information on pricing, tariffs and availability dates will be released in due course."

StarHub is the third carrier in Singapore to announce an iPhone deal. SingTel is already selling the iPhone in Singapore, and M1 has also announced that it will carry the combination iPod and smartphone sometime this year, too.

So far there isn't any word yet on how much StarHub customers can expect to pay for their iPhone or their monthly service plans.

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Comments

Jeff Gamet

Apple’s new business model seems to include multiple iPhone carriers in every country. The United States with its AT&T-only deal is looking like the odd man out.

Khaled

UAE with Du. it’s only a matter of time

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