T-Mobile has become the sixth and last mobile network provider in the UK to publish details about its monthly plans for the Apple iPhone 4 smartphone and unfortunately, they are not as excited as we were expecting.
The mobile operator, which will soon be one half of the "Everything, Everywhere" network, offers the 16GB iPhone 4 for £25 per month with an initial outlay of £259 and a TCO of £859 over two years. Those looking for the 32GB model will have to fork out an additional £90.
Entry level users get 100 minutes, 100 texts and 500MB worth of data plus a Flexible booster. The £35 tariff appears to be the sweet spot giving 600 minutes, 500 texts, 500MB data and a Flexible booster which can be changed every 30 days.
The top-end tariff will set you back £60 per month and provides with 3000 minutes, 500 texts, 1GB data and a Flexible booster. You get the iPhone 4 16GB for free and have to pay £99 extra for the 32GB version.
On the other hand, T-Mobile's PAYG offer is tempting, although there's no 32GB model at the moment. For £509 (including a £10 topup), you get cheap international calling rates and 12-months free internet.