Reuters reports that Germany's T-Mobile has sold more than 120,000 new 3G iPhones since July 11, despite distribution glitches that won't see order backlogs cleared until the end of the month.
"Our (sales) expectations were surpassed," said CEO Hamid Akhavan, adding that the carrier has sold 75,000 iPhones in Germany alone.
T-Mobile sells the iPhone in Austria and Holland, as well as Germany. Of these countries, the company says that only Dutch users registered a significant number of complains about the device / service.
In related news, Reuters reports that the 3G iPhone's launch in India has been a generally subdued affair, largely attributable to the device's high price—$700.
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