O2’s put up its iPhone 3G prices: free on Â£45 per month contract or Â£99 on the cheaper tariffs, including a new Â£30/month plan. There’s a pay as you go version coming too – teenagers will love that – and existing iPhone customers can get a free upgrade if they’re willing to take the Â£45 contract.
Those prices are for the 8GB version.The 16GB is Â£159 on the Â£30 and Â£35 per month plans, Â£59 on Â£45 and free on the Â£75 per month plan. Pay as you go prices aren’t up yet.
If you’re upgrading, you’ll be able to pass your existing iPhone on:
We want to make sure you find a good home for your existing iPhone once you upgrade. If you’ve a friend or family member already on an eligible O2 tariff, they’ll be able to transfer to one of our new tariffs for iPhone. If they’re not already with O2 or on an eligible O2 tariff, they could get one of our new iPhone Pay & Go SIM cards.
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So the rumours were nearly true. It’s cheaper than I expected, by about 30% or so. Ruth still probably won’t let me though.
It’s not really that bad a deal for existing folks as the cheapest sat nav you can possibly buy is about Â£70.
I dread to think how much the PAYG prices are going to be!
I imagine they are going to be extortionate.
I reckon standard for voice and Â£3/Mb, unless you buy their bolt-on which will be Â£1/Mb. Phone cost will be Â£260.
That’s my guess.
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