30,000 O2 iPhone customers could return handsets, wait for b...

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  1. macrumors bot

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    t0mat0

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    O2 also has the sticky problem about hardware locked handsets. Should the PAYG phones be unlocked? SHould those handsets out of contract be able to be unlocked? It's technically doable, shown by other markets.
    Might help bring tethering prices down too.
     
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    BongoBanger

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    "O2 is thought to have sold about 2,200 iPhones a day since it secured the rights to the hugely popular device in November 2007."

    By whom? I think he's kind of missing the bit where the majority of phones are sold at launch and shortly after.

    This is a typical Rupert Neate article. The man's a complete idiot.
     
  4. Ish
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    Ish

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    I don't think so. Some will, but most people probably won't even look at the mobile phone market until their contracts are nearly up.
     

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