O2, Orange, T-Mobile and Vodafone have opened their registration pages for the Apple’s iPhone 5 which was launched yesterday in San Francisco.
Three, which hasn’t yet set up its registration page, has confirmed that it will stock the phone, which is set to hit the UK on 21 September, while Virgin Mobile, Talkmobile and Tesco Mobile have yet to confirm whether they will stock the iPhone 5.
Lastly, EE which was launched 24 hours before the iPhone 5, has confirmed that it will sell the iPhone 5 on its new 4G network but hasn’t said when it will go on sale.
O2 has until now provided with the most details for anyone looking to get an iPhone 5. It will offer the ability to swap a standard or micro SIM to a nano SIM plus as well as a two-converter pack.
The new iPhone from O2 will be available on 24-month tariffs; the on & on ones starting at £26 per month and the £63 standard tariff which comes with six months early upgrade.
All the plans come with 1GB of data, unlimited data and minutes plus varying handset prices (that have yet to be announced).
You can win an iPhone 5 in our iPhone 5 competition by answering a simple question about what generation the Phone 5 is. ITProPortal reported live on Apple’s announcement. Other than the iPhone 5, we saw new iPod devices but no cheaper version of the iPhone 4S, an iPad mini and potentially a 13in Macbook Pro with Retina Display.