Continuing its inexorable march, the iPhone comes to Guam and Israel, and expands its market in Singapore. GTA TeleGuam will carry the phone on the island nation from December 11 to existing customers, with a two year service plan.
In Israel, three different companies will be selling the device: Cellcom will start selling iPhones on Wednesday at midnight, and Partner Communications and Pelephone will begin sales on Thursday. Word is that there are 80,000 iPhones already in Israel, imported and unlocked for local use.
Finally, two more of Singapore’s other providers–StarHub and MobileOne–will start selling iPhone from December 9.
Man, everybody gets multiple carriers but the USA it seems.