Swisscom has officially confirmed it plans to introduce the iPhone in Switzerland.

There’s been a deal of speculation claiming the network will offer the Apple device in the country, and this has now been confirmed with Swisscom’s publication of an iPhone page on its website.

The page is lean of further information, of course, simply asking Swiss customers to drop an email into the firm in order to register their interest in the device.

The official confirmation follows a string of rumours this week which claimed the company would make such a move. A report from Swiss newspaper Le Matin claimed company sources who said the product would be made available from Swisscom, describing the device as offering 3G support, GPS and video-conferencing. This followed an unsubstantiated rumour to the effect that the bext-generation iPhone would be available in three colours with a maximum capacity of 32GB. 

 

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