Vodafone reveals iPhone 4 pricing

A "test page" for Vodafone showed the 16GB iPhone 4 will cost £189 while the 32GB version will cost £280

14 Jun 2010

Vodafone unveiled pricing for the Apple iPhone 4, starting at £189 for the 16GB version and £280 for the 32GB version - although it appears the tariffs may have been released earlier than intended.

A page on the Vodafone website listed the prices earlier today, but the page has now been taken down. A Vodafone spokesman told PC Pro: "It was a test page. We've taken it down now. As soon as we're ready to share pricing we will."

On that page, Vodafone promised to deliver the iPhone 4 on the 24 June launch date for anyone who pre-orders by midnight on 22 June.

It also said the 16GB version of the iPhone 4 will be available for £189 on the cheapest monthly plans, which are £25 a month on a two-year contract or £30 for an 18 month contract.

The 32GB version will cost £280 on the cheapest monthly plans - £25 a month for two years, or £30 across 18 months.

To get the latest iPhone for free, customers will have to commit to a minimum £45 contract. Vodafone is also offering a range of pricing between the low-end and top end prices.

Such prices compare favourably to the US tariffs for the iPhone, which are $199 and $299 on a two-year contract on AT&T.

Vodafone is offering 1024MB of mobile broadband a month, double that of O2's new pricing plan, which starts from 500MB a month. Vodafone is also offering free calls to other Vodafone mobiles to anyone who pre-orders for the lifetime of their contract.

Other than Vodafone and O2, the iPhone 4 will also be available from 3, T-Mobile and Orange.

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