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The iPhone launched in Poland today and like in the U.S., there were plenty of long lines. Unlike in the U.S., those in line were there because they were actors hired paid to look enthusiastic. "We have these fake queues at front of 20 stores around the country to drum up interest in the iPhone," a spokesman from mobile operator Orange told Reuters, which describes the move as "as part of a marketing campaign." What's odd: Unlike in the U.S., where shoppers could only buy an iPhone from AT&T outlets or Apple Stores, Polish shoppers — all abuzz about the iPhone because Orange's marketing campaign — can just buy their iPhones from line-free T-Mobile outlets. (Photo by AP/Sokolowski)