Telstra loses its grips on iPhone contract

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Telstra is unlikely to offer the iPhone by the July 11 launch date after its negotiations broke down with Apple, the makers of the prized iPhone, according to the Australian Financial Review.

The disagreement came when Telstra wanted to put its Sensis products, including its navigational tool Whereis, on the iPhone preloaded. Telstra is also believed to have agreed to order tens of thousands of iPhones during the negotiation process.

However, this does not stop them getting the iPhone later this year, but it would dent some of its consumer base as people would go to other networks to get the ‘must-have’ gadget in Australia.

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