Monday, April 21, 2008

Price reduction drives iPhone sales in UK

Apparently, recent O2 price drop on iPhone did quite the trick. According to the report O2 stores in Newcastle, Birmingham and London sold out most of their iPhone stock. Carphone Warehouse employees reported that sales doubled, and one said that instead of selling two iPhones per day, they sold over 20.

16 GB phones aren’t selling as good, however we might expect a similar price reduction happening to it as well. That is of course, if Apple will decide to do so.


This is a necessary move to boost sales before the 3G iPhone arrives. Interestingly Apple stores still sell iPhones for its original price.

Thanks: Mobility Today

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