Belt-Tightening in Europe Bolsters Case for Cheaper iPhone

Belt-Tightening in Europe Bolsters Case for Cheaper iPhone

allthingsd.com
New Martin Hajek Unnerved by the continued fragility of their economy, Europeans are cutting back spending on mobile devices. And that could pose problems for companies peddling pricey, marquee handsets. This according to France Telecom CEO Stephane Richard, who told Bloomberg that his customers are increasingly searching out cheaper wireless plans...
Belt-Tightening in Europe Bolsters Case for Cheaper iPhone
                                       

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