Telecom is preparing to sell and service Apple's iPhone from Monday. Telecom's ICT services unit Gen-i will provide the service for clients wanting to purchase and set up iPhone devices. "The new process aims to improve the service experience for our clients, by providing an efficient supply of iPhones to clients where there is no alternate Telecom device that meets their needs," Gen-i told Computerworld in a statement this morning. "It also allows clients to take advantage of Gen-i’s extensive plans for its business clients." Gen-i says it does not support the device, guarantee it or provide replacement services directly. Read more at Computerworld.
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