O2 looks to be iPhone carrier for the UK
Peter Erskine, the O2 chief executive, defended Appleâ€™s insistence that it receives a share of revenues from calls made on iPhones, the article adds. Apple has struck an unconventional deal with the network operator AT&T in the U.S. Apple is expected to reveal that O2 will be its British network within the next few days, The Times adds.
Asked about the revenue-sharing deals that Apple is expected to adopt with European mobile operators, Erskine told the newspaper: â€œIf sharing revenue brings a bigger pie to the table, then weâ€™ll be happy to share that pie . . . The revenue-sharing model will play an increasingly important role in the future of converged communications.â€
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