The Deutsche Telekom subsidiary will offer the next generation of the popular touchscreen mobile phone, which uses the faster European 3G wireless standard UMTS, in Austria and the Netherlands on the same date.
Croatia, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Switzerland will get the iPhone later this year, the company confirmed on Tuesday.
Reuters also reported that T-Mobile had secured exclusive rights to distribute the new the Netherlands. The company already had exclusive rights to market the first iPhone in Germany.
The iPhone is reported to be more affordable than the first, which started at €399, but T-Mobile has not yet announced the price.