iPhone in Singapore? Singtel Forerunner? *Edited*

While everyone is busy speculating about the rumours of the iPhone Nano or which carrier will carry the iPhone in Europe, back in home in Singapore there is one claim by an insider that the iPhone will be here by the end of this year, instead of 2008 as announced by Steve Jobs during MacWorld Expo 2007. Another claim verified the first claim, and added that Singtel is the forerunner for the race to be the iPhone’s carrier in Singapore and that a detailed proposal has already been submitted to Apple many months ago.

Singtel, being Singapore’s largest mobile carrier, is definitely likely to be the choice for the iPhone’s carrier in Singapore, and like AT&T, many of us just simply hate Singtel.

*Edited* Now apparently the focus has been shifted to Starhub, who have been said to be in talks with Apple already. Our take on this? God knows. Just bring us the damn phone already.

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