0b O2: Pre sells good in Great BritainThe UK was one of the first countries in Europe to get the Pre – O2 interduced it a few months ago, and was not heard from since.

A recent Reuters report now revealed the following:

“It will take a long time before that goes away,” Dunne said. O2, which started selling the iPhone in November 2007, is the leading mobile operator in Britain ahead of Vodafone, Orange, T-Mobile (DTEGn.DE) and 3 (0013.HK).

Dunne said sales of the iPhone and good sales for the Palm Pre had helped the operator to finish the year well in Britain, and said he expected the next set of trading results to show that O2 was the only operator to grow in the period.

Looks like things aren’t as bad as some of us expected. Tune in in a few hours for even more good news…

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