Mobile phone users considering a trade-in of their current device and a switch to the new iPhone 4 may be interested in the tariffs set by O2.
The telecommunications provider has revealed what it will charge consumers to gain access to the iconic handset.
Those who choose to pay as they go must find a purchase fee, with subsequent top ups of between £10 and £30 earning them a set data allowance and number of texts.
Meanwhile, people who sign up to one of O2’s 18 or 24-month contracts can also tailor the service they receive.
Packages start at £25 a month, which earns owners 100 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of data usage.
At the top end of the scale, a £65 monthly fee will provide people with unlimited minutes and texts, as well as 1GB of data.
Other networks set to offer the iPhone 4 include T-Mobile, Three Orange and Vodafone.
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Posted by Sarah James