Translated, the report says:
It will work just like the iPad; you get a 3G enabled simcard from your provider and put that in you iPod Touch. Apple�s choice of bringing 3G to the iPod Touch isn�t all that weird, if it�s true of course. Question remains how the providers will react to this, since the use of, for example, Skype will skyrocket.
The feature would be welcomed by users who do not have easily accessible Wi-Fi hotspots at their favorite hangouts and love their iPod Touch.
Owners could use VoIP apps like Skype or Google Voice to make phone calls and have an inexpensive iPhone.
What the report doesn't say is why Apple would create a product that could cannibalize their own sales and possibly jeopardize long-term working relationships with mobile carriers.