As the UK launch date for iPhone 4 is drawing near, potential buyers are busy in assessing available price plans announced by the different providers.
Apple’s much-anticipated iPhone 4 will be available from 24th of June via almost all major network providers including Vodafone, O2, Orange and AT&T. Three network providers viz. Vodafone, O2 and Orange have already announced tariffs for the upcoming phone.
Vodafone has also announced pricing for the iPhone 4, with a range of plans staring from £25-a-month. All of its monthly plans offer 1GB mobile internet and webmail plus 1GB of Wi-Fi with Openzone.
Comparatively, the cheapest deal on Orange is £30-a-month on a 24-month contract, while its "unlimited" mobile internet browsing and Wi-Fi packages are capped at 750MB each a month.
O2 will offer 1GB of data on only the most expensive iPhone 4 packages as it has already dropped its unlimited data plan.
Moreover, Vodafone’s plans over £45 a month offer 5MB European data roaming a day or 150MB a month, which is expected to prove very useful for business users.
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