TeliaSonera and EMT to bring iPhone 3G to Estonia on August 22
- 2008-08-06 08:02 UTC
TeliaSonera and EMT today announced it will bring iPhone 3G to Estonia on August 22. iPhone 3G combines all the revolutionary features of iPhone plus 3G networking that is twice as fast*, built-in GPS for expanded location-based mobile services, and iPhone 2.0 software which includes support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync and runs hundreds of third party applications available through the new App Store.
"The launch of iPhone 3G represents another strategic step for us in the development of the mobile broadband market and strengthens our position in the Nordic and Baltic region," said Kenneth Karlberg, president, Business Area Mobility Service, TeliaSonera. "With iPhone 3G, we offer our customers an amazing new way to meet their demands for access, speed and mobility."
"I am glad that by offering iPhone, EMT has proven once again to be the leader in the Estonian mobile market," said Valdo Kalm, CEO of EMT.
Consumers interested in purchasing iPhone 3G can visit www.emt.ee/iphone to receive first hand information about the iPhone 3G launch in Estonia. iPhone 3G will be available in EMT's stores on August 22.
* Based on 3G and EDGE testing. Actual speeds vary by site conditions.
EMT together with Elion and MicroLink belong to Estonian Telecom, the leading telecommunications and IT enterprise group in Estonia. EMT is the leader in the Estonian mobile communication sector with the best coverage, acknowledged product development and customer service. The major shareholder of Estonian Telecom with 60,12 percent stake is TeliaSonera, the leading telecommunications company in the mobile and landline networks of Nordic and Baltic countries.