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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by redAPPLE, Mar 11, 2008.
yeah....no idea what that says. Translation anyone?
Können Sie übersetzen
Ich spreche nicht Deutsches
oooooh....of course it all makes sense now - lol
Actually that was:
Can you translate
I don't speak German
The first paragraph says T-Mobile will unveil the iPhone on Friday (the date on the article however, is dated 3 March so I think it meant LAST Friday, March 7) and if you want one it will cost you 399 Euros.
Second para states there will be two versions (you of course could guess that) - one 8GB for 399 and the 16 for 499 and a monthly fee of 50 and 60 euros. I don't get the last part of that paragraph.
The para that starts with Deutsche says something to the effect that Deutsch Telekom (among other things in that para) has sold 70,000 iPhones in the 11 weeks since 9 November.
To hard to do the rest - I am sure there are German sprechers out there a whole lot better and therefore can tell you exactly what ALL of it says.