T-Mobile has finally announced their Apple iPhone 4 prices and tariff details, whilst the other mobile phone networks have already been selling the handsets for some time.
Apple’s 16GB version of the iPhone 4 arrives on the lowest £25 tariff costing £259, with a 24-month contract. This comes with 100 minutes a month, 100 texts and 500MB data allowance. On £30 a month contract, the same handset costs £219 with 300 minutes, 300 texts and 500MB.
Stepping up in value, but reducing the phone’s overall costs are the £35 and £40 contracts. Respectively, the 16GB iPhone 4 retails here for £189 and £129 with the calling allowance bumped up to 900 and 1200 minutes, with an increased 500 text allowance. The £45 a month deal, reduces the handsets cost even more to just £59, on 1200 minutes a month along with 750MB data allowance.
Signing up to the £60 a month contract only offers the 16GB Phone 4 for free, where there’s a 3000 minute call limit a month, with 500 texts and a 1GB data allowance.
The 32GB iPhone 4 matches the minutes, text and data allowance of the £25, £30, £35, £40, £45 and £60 monthly tariffs with just an overall increase in the handset’s initial price. Running in the same order, the 32GB iPhone 4 costs £349, £299, £269, £229, £159 whereas the £60 a month contract still has a cost attached for the phone of £99.
Contract for contract, the iPhone 4 is more expensive than nearly all the networks, where there isn’t even an 18 month deal on offer with T-Mobile.
Originally published at OneMobileRing.com