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GTA says iPhone 4 demand "overwhelming"

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by Janjeera Hail

Guam - It's finally here!  GTA TeleGuam launched the Apple iPhone 4 today.  Executive Vice President Andrew Gayle says customer response to the iPhone on Guam has been overwhelming.

"The iPhone 4 boasts videocalling with its FaceTime feature. It boasts a faster processor. Longer battery life, HD video recording. It's the thinnest smartphone and a glass design on both sides, so it's a very sleek-looking phone, as well."

Mirroring Apple's pricing, GTA is retailing the iPhone 4 for $200 for the 16 gigabyte handsets and $300 for the 32 GB models.

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