It's taken more than a year for the iPhone to make its way across the world's longest undefended border, which may help explain why so many Canadians are upset this weekend.
On Friday, Rogers Communications (RCI) -- Canada's largest mobile carrier and the only one with a contract to sell Apple's (AAPL) iPhone north of that border -- announced the details of its voice and data plans. They struck some would-be MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - Jun 29, 2008 6:29 AM ET
News and rumors about the iPhone's global expansion keep rolling in.
Citing a source at Swisscom, Lausanne-based Le Matin Online reported on Thursday that Apple had concluded an agreement to bring the 3G iPhone to Switzerland this summer (link, in French). Swisscom, with 5.1 million subscribers, is the country's largest mobile carrier.
Meanwhile, France Telecom CFO Gervais Pellissier said on Wednesday that his company was in talks with Apple (AAPL) to extend MOREPhilip Elmer-DeWitt - May 8, 2008 7:45 AM ET
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