Apple is apparently set to roll out the iPhone in Asia – where it’s been slower to sign deals with operators than in North America or Europe. Fortune is reporting that SingTel will sell the iPhone in Singapore, Bharti Airtel in India, Globe Telecom in the Philippines, and Optus in Australia. Those last three are all SingTel subsidiaries, so Apple is keeping to its strategy of signing as few different partners as possible. However, Vodafone has also said it has iPhone deals for India and Australia, providing more proof that Apple is ditching its `one operator per country’ exclusivity policy.

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