iPhone Thailand: DTAC Aims To Outsell True
Thai operator DTAC has doubled its sales iPhone sales target after enjoying a success first weekend selling the device according to Reuters.
[D]TAC now expects to sell 190,000 iPhones in the year after launch, up from its earlier forecast of 100,000, Chief Operating Officer Thana Thienachariya told Reuters on Monday.
Hitting this revised target would see the company outsell rival True, originally the exclusive iPhone operator in Thailand, who is predicting total iPhone sales of 120,000 this year – having sold 100,000 iPhones in 2009.
With further operator deals likely in the coming future, the iPhone may well find a new growth spurt in Bangkok where the BlackBerry is quickly becoming the phone du jour.
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