- May 27, 2010
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- Austin, TX
Tech Watch reports that Vodafone has joined Orange and O2 today in confirming its iPhone 4 pricing in the UK. Of course, Vodafone had actually already leaked those tariffs by mistake, so we had a good idea of what they would be, but as Tech Watch points out, some changes have been made to what we already knew. A £25-per-month two-year deal and £219 will get you a 16GB iPhone 4 - £30 more than we were led to believe from the earlier leak. The package also includes 75 minutes, 250 texts and 1GB of mobile internet. A "free" 16GB handset will set you back £60 per month, for a plan that includes 3000 minutes, unlimited texts and 1GB of mobile internet. As with O2, Vodafone has yet to publish its Pay As You Go prices and details.
So now that the big three have laid their cards and prices on the table, will the likes of Three UK go for something more competitive to lure the customers in? All we can do is wait and see.
By Maura Sutton
Source: Vodafone Reveals UK iPhone 4 Pricing | Talk iPhone - iPhone News Blog and Forums