UK telecoms provider 3Mobile has unveiled its price plans for the new Apple iPhone 4.
The UK's smallest mobile operator today published a chart allowing users to compare its tariffs with those of other UK mobile providers selling the iPhone 4.
The company has said it will give priority to existing customers whose contracts have either ended or are close to finishing.
The service provider is offering 10 different tariffs, five for the 16GB phone and five for the 32GB model.
All contracts are for 24 months, with prices ranging from £30 to £45 per month.
For £30 per month, the company offers 500 minutes free to any network, 5,000 SMS, 5,000 minutes of 3-to-3 talktime, and 1GB of Internet downloads.
The phone is available for £99 for the 16GB version and £189 for the 32GB model. Customers paying the highest tariff of £45 per month will receive the 16GB model free.
SIM-only and pay-as-you-go tariffs are available, but customers will have to buy the phone from 3 Mobile outright.