“iPhone exclusivity in Canada to end”:http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/09/10/05/apples_iphone_exclusivity_rumored_to_end_in_canada.html by November when two other telcos in Canada starts selling the iPhone. Previously Rogers was the sole telco that sold iPhones in Canada. This news came after two other telcos, Vodafone and Orange joined O2 in selling the iPhone in UK while in China, Apple signed a three-year non-exclusive contract with China Unicom with an eye to tie-up with China Mobile soon.
Will this mean this non-exclusivity contract will end in smaller market like in Singapore soon? I doubt so.