T-Mobile says its sold 120,000 iPhones

T-Mobile said it has sold 120,000 iPhone 3G mobile phones since its launch on July 11.  Of those, 75,000 were sold in Germany. T-Mobile Chief Executive Hamid Akhavan  said that the iPhone has surpassed T-Mobile's sales expectations for the device.  In addition, he said that while Apple Inc.'s  delivery problems had left customers waiting for their new mobiles, he expects the backlog to be cleared by the end of the month.

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