O2 have released the full details of their iPhone 4 tariffs online, just days after Orange and Vodafone released their prices, although Vodafone’s tariffs were leaked and remain unconfirmed.
This is the lowdown; you can pick up a brand spanking new iPhone 4 starting at just £25 per month on a two year contract, or £30 on an 18 month contract.
But this is the decider, as the difference between the monthly deals are not that much of a big leap, the gap between the actual price of the handset goes from £279 for a 16GB on the two-year deal, to £209 for the 18 month option.
However, the difference still does not seem too bad when jumping up to the 32GB version, which is £323 for 24 months, or £299 on the 18 month option.
Confused yet? So were we, but it seems as though quite a few suspecting punters have been tweeting O2 to tell them they have made a mistake.
O2 simply replied and said “you’re welcome to take whichever tariff you like :)”
The deals get a bit more complicated, and if you are only interested in the free 16GB version, you will need to pay no less than £60 per month for a 24 month contract, and £65 on the 18 month option. Whereas if you opted for the 32GB version, it will only cost you £29.
O2 realise that you may want to break your current contract, so you can get your hands on a brand new iPhone 4, but they are charging £20 per month remaining for the privilege.
If you are interested in the PAYG option, you will just have to wait a little longer, as the prices have not yet been listed.
I guess the better way to explain what you are getting for your money would be to check out the official listings via the official O2 website.
So, will you be updating to the iPhone 4 on O2?
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