“Our electronics associates have been preparing for many weeks for the arrival of 3G iPhone. We are delighted to bring customers this ground-breaking mobile technology,” said Gary Severson, senior vice president, entertainment, Wal-Mart Stores.
Until now, the iPhone has only been available through Apple’s own stores, AT&T outlets and electronics retail chain Best Buy.
“We would offer the black 8-gigabyte iPhone 3G model, which holds about 2,000 songs, for USD 197. The 16-gigabyte model, in black or white, will be priced at USD 297. All of the phones require a new two-year service agreement from AT&T Inc or a qualified upgrade, added Severson.
— IndiaRetailing Bureau