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iPhone hitting 10 Latin American countries on Aug 20th

I’m looking forward to seeing how the iPhone 3G is received in the ten Latin American countries due to launch shortly. It’s America Movil, Latin America’s ‘leading’ wireless service provider, bringing it to market in the region in August 22nd.

The countries are: Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Paraguay, Peru and Uruguay.

I wonder if we have any readers from those areas? I’m guessing not. You never know. Email me and say hi if you’re reading from Latin America.

Pricing details aren’t available as yet. But interested parties are to keep their eyes glued to the following URLs: www.claro.com.ar ; www.clarochile.cl ; www.comcel.com ; www.porta.net ; www.claro.com.sv ; www.claro.com.gt ; www.claro.com.hn ; www.claro.com.py ; www.claro.com.pe ; www.claro.com.uy.

Need a cheet sheet on America Movil?

America Movil, S.A.B. de C.V. (BMV: AMX) (NYSE:AMX) (NASDAQ:AMOV) (LATIBEX: XAMXL), is the leading wireless service provider in Latin America, with operations in 17 countries in the Americas. As of June 30, 2008, it had 165.3 million wireless subscribers and 3.9 million landlines.

By Ewan

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