iPhone 4 on 4 networks

June 8th, 2010 Tags: , , , , , ,

Yesterday, Apple announced the iPhone 4.  Today, all the 4 main networks have confirmed that they will be selling the iPhone 4 from June (24th), with many offering pre-orders from around the 15th.  So, that’s O2 (obviously), Vodafone and Orange (already selling the iPhone 3GS), and now T-Mobile who will all be carrying the iPhone 4 later this month.  It’s nice to see T-Mobile step up and offer the iPhone at last, although with all prices likely to be pretty much identical, even with 4 networks there’s no real competition on this phone.

Still no agreement or update from 3UK on their plans though.


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One Response to “iPhone 4 on 4 networks”

  1. mrtotes Says:

    Really disappointed with the o2 plans announced today. It’s not the 500MB limit that really upsets me – it’s all the other areas they’ve sliced off benefits.

    Still 3Uk announced they’ll have iPhone 4 – so more choice for us. If Tesco continue to stock the iPhone we’ll have a choice of 6 providers.

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