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    It doesn't say "T-Mobile", it says "T-Mobile Germany".
     
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    T-Mobile is the iPhone carrier for Germany and other parts of Europe. In the US, it's ATT. These are exclusive contracts. Does ATT even exist in Europe?
     
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    It also says T-Mobile International, and others, so wouldn't a crossover (in any amount of time) be possible?
     
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    All depends if "T-Mobile International" includes the US. Corporate Names don't always mean what we think they mean, ie 20th Century Fox, Universal Pictures, etc.
     
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    Already have an iphone on Tmobile U.S. edge, that I paid $400 for. All I had to do was wait 2 years for the cheap one.
     
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    I think it's T-Mobile Germany.
     

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