Apple iPhone 3G to hit the Philippines later this year

Globe Telecom is a foremost telecommunications company in the Philippines with more than 21 million mobile subscribers. Globe Telecom continues to be a part of the revolution that’s connecting millions of people across the Philippines and around the world. Now Globe Telecom and Apple have announced the Apple iPhone 3G is to come to the Philippines later this year.

The Philippines is to benefit from the latest version of the Apple iPhone which brings all the features of the original along with 3G networking, iPhone 2.0 software with Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync support, and built-in GPS for location mobile services, also with numerous third party applications which have already been built using the iPhone SDK.

On hearing the superb news that the Philippines is to gain the Apple iPhone 3G, Gerardo C. Ablaza, Jr. president and CEO of Globe Telecom said: “We are very excited to be working with Apple to bring Filipino consumers iPhone 3G later this year. Our customers are our greatest passion and we’re constantly striving to offer them the most innovative products such as the revolutionary iPhone 3G.”

In response Tim Cook, Apple’s COO replied: “We are thrilled to bring iPhone 3G to millions of mobile customers in the Philippines, and we can’t wait to get this revolutionary mobile device in the hands of even more people around the world.”

The new Apple iPhone 3G is to be made available to Globe’s postpaid and prepaid subscribers sometime later this year.

Source — Apple

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