While US customers are still forced to sign up with AT&T if they want an iPhone, the UK has added on two more carriers that are going to start offering the device, and new customers can get it for free.
T-Mobile and Three have both announced support for the iPhone 4 and will begin selling it shortly. On T-Mobile, customers can sign up for a plan ranging between £30 and £60. Those going for the most expensive option will get a 16 GB version of the iPhone 4 for free.
On Three, customers can get the free phone for signing up to a £45 monthly fee, that carrier's most expensive option. Other plans on Three are between £30 and £40 a month.
"Bringing iPhone 4 to our customers in the UK is a fantastic move for T-Mobile. With a range of value plans we're making iPhone 4 more accessible to even more customers in the UK," said T-Mobile VP Lysa Hardy.
Customers who want the 32 GB version of the device will have to pay significantly more, around £100.
So now, in the UK, the iPhone 4 is available on Orange, O2, Tesco Mobile, Vodafone, T-Mobile, and Three. That kind of availability is expected to make its way to the US as the exclusivity deal between AT&T and Apple finally dissipates.
Via Tech Radar
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