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iPhone sales are continuing to grow in France, while on the flip side competitor Palm is seeing Pre sales go in the dumps in the UK and Ireland.
France Telecom Deputy CEO Stephane Richard told Europe 1 Radio Monday that the company sold 200,000 iPhones in December. "The iPhone is a great machine," he explained.
However, in the UK and Ireland, a report from Mobile Industry Review states: "It seems the Irish haven't taken to the old Pre. My source reckons that a whopping 220 units have been sold since launch."
That would surmise to about 2.3 units each day since the product launched on October 16.
"My source tells me that the Pre is equally as successful at O2 UK," according to the story.
via 9 to 5 Mac