British mobile phone giant Vodafone announced on Tuesday that it will distribute Apple's iPhone in 10 new countries including the Czech Republic. The phones, which are to appear on the market later this year, will be compatible with the Vodafone network. The company did not specify what iPhone model would be made available or at what price. Launched one year ago, officially the iPhone is only available in the United States, Britain, France, Germany, Ireland and Austria.
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