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Telcel Launched Its 3G Network and Announced iPhone 3G Prices

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Telcel Launched Its 3G Network and Announced iPhone 3G PricesTelcel, the largest mobile carrier in Mexico, has announced the commercial launching of its 3G network in several Mexican cities, along with the unveiling of the prices for Apple's new iPhone 3G.

Telcel is the only carrier to offer the iPhone 3G in Mexico and it will release it on Friday, July 11 – at the same time as AT&T, O2, Vodafone and the other operators that are launching the handset globally.

The 8GB iPhone 3G will be sold by Telcel for prices starting at 773.04 pesos (75 USD or 48 Euros), while the 16GB one will come for as little as 1,877.39 pesos (182 USD or 115 Euros). Both these prices require a contract agreement for two years and a data plan of 799 pesos (77 USD) per month. The rest of the prices for the iPhone 3G are higher, but come with data plans that have lower monthly fees.

Awaiting for the release of iPhone 3G, Telcel, together with Nokia Siemens, have rolled-out a high-speed 3G network that offers users faster data transfer speeds as well as access to new services like live video sharing and quick music streaming.

"With the launch of the 3G network in Mexico, Telcel considers that all the customers will benefit from the powerful combination of a super-fast network and a portfolio of next-generation 3G handsets that quickly deliver interactive content and applications anytime, anywhere to the handset or a PC connected via an access PC card or handset," stated a Telcel official.

Leveraging on Nokia Siemens Networks' Flexi BTS technology, the 3G network will allow future iPhone owners to have a great mobile Web experience. Unfortunately, for now, Telcel’s 3G network is functional only in the major Mexican cities, hence not all users will be able to benefit from the iPhone's full capabilities.

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