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O2 UK posts Pay & Go iPhone 3G pricing

updated 11:10 am EDT, Mon September 1, 2008

O2 Pay & Go iPhone pricing

UK carrier O2 has announced its special Pay & Go pricing for the iPhone 3G, a match to contract plans which have been available since July. The Pay & Go options will only become available on September 16th, and will cost 350 for an 8GB phone, or 400 for a 16GB model. Each choice will get users a free year of web browsing and Wi-Fi hotspot access, after which point data will cost 10 per month.

The Pay & Go prices are, initially. far in excess of those for contract iPhones, which can cost as little as 99 before monthly fees. They also exclude Visual Voicemail service, as well as call merging. Phones under Pay & Go terms will be available from Apple, O2 and Carphone Warehouse stores.




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  1. zeasar

    Joined: Dec 1969

    0

    sep 16th..

    Its my birthday!! I guess I will go get myself a nice birthday present for myself on that morning.

  1. ophiochos

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    that's not bad

    you know, that is a rather enlightened plan. I was expecting the browsing to cost a fortune.That's actually incredibly reasonable. If I didn't have one, I'd be tempted.

    someone pinch me.

  1. rytc

    Joined: Dec 1969

    +1

    Great

    A really great deal compared to the prices the telecoms are charging in Switzerland for data.

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