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iPhone will cost you Rs 31,000-36,100 in India

August 20, 2008

Indian consumers, who have waited for months to own the iconic 3G-enabled Apple iPhone, will have to pay Rs 31,000 for the entry-level 8GB memory mobile phone and Rs 36,100 for a model with double the memory.

Both Vodafone and Airtel will be launching the iPhone on August 22 and industry experts say bookings and pre-launch interest suggest that they would be able to sell over 100,000 phones in the next 12 months.

Image: People walk into a shop selling the iPhone 3G in Hong Kong on July 13, 2008. In Hong Kong, more than 60,000 people have already ordered the iPhone 3G, but only around 1,500 pre-chosen customers were able to pick up their handsets on July 11. | Photograph: Andrew Ross/AFP/Getty Images.

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Text: Surajeet Das Gupta & Ishita Russell

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