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Wireless carrier Orange Uganga has announced that the company has brought the iPhone to Uganda. The company is currently officering both the iPhone 3G and 3GS to users at price plans ranging from six to 24 months. Orange Uganda Chief Executive Philippe Luxcey said the initial excitement that has been registered for the service is immense. “Since we announced the arrival of iPhone on Orange, we have already seen several hundred customers register their interest on our Web site, orange.ug,” Luxcey said.