The Futurezone blog at (Google English translation) reports that T-Mobile has announced that "we will be offering the iPhone next year" in Austria.

The announcement was made Monday by Austrian T-Mobile Chief Robert Chvatal at the 2000th T-Mobile shop unveiling in Vienna. Other European countries to offer the iPhone include Germany (also via T-Mobile), the U.K (O2), and France (Orange - release date Nov 29th).

Update: Interestingly, the reported announcement is not reflected in T-Mobile's press release of the event. Until such an announcement is made from Apple itself, users should take this news with a grain of salt.

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