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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Cattywampus_, Sep 18, 2007.
Apple Store UK offline
O2 Store UK Offline
iPhone announced. O2 is the carrier.
O2 confirmed for iPhone Euro Launch
On sale November 9th
Release November 9.
Ouch, sorry UKers.
strange he just came out and said it right away wonder what else they will release
I think there has to be something else big if he just came out with that right away...
There's really no reason to hold this "event" if it goes by like that...
Hoping for a one more thing
Apple Store UK is still online
the store is down the rest of the site is up
does your refersh not work. apple store is down! try the uk store!
Nov 9th. God, they just love to string everyone along
Waiting for tariff details now, this should be good
Visual Voicemail is enabled! Unlimited data with £35, 45, 55 plans -- no worry tarrif on EDGE and GPRS
£35, £45, £55, with unlimited data.
Hmmmm, bit of a rip off considering you're paying out right for the handset. Also wonder about the details of their "unlimited" data.
Naturally I still want one of course bastards.
Carephone Warehouse now selling JawBone bluetooth headsets in the UK !
Not really... it's basically what we pay in the states.
No 3G until next year...
What is the big deal about no 3G? Is 3G faster then Edge?
What speeds do Edge give?
No 3G till 2008
Good for you. Here however the carrier (o2) usually subsidise the cost of the handset, then you basically are paying for the handset a little each month as part of your plan.
Now they want us to pay for the handset in it's entirety up front, and pay expensive tariffs.
It's not the end of the world, and they will still sell, but it is a bloody cheek.
Collaboration with The Cloud wifi network, 7,000 wifi hotspots apparently. Will be interesting to look up the website and view actual coverage across UK/ Europe
The carrier usually subsidizes the phone here too.
Looks like we may face the same activation woes as our US brethren
Which is exactly why I'm not going to buy one. No 3G, v1... limited capacity, bound to have price reductions and price improvements. I'll stick with my current phone for another year or two until things get a bit more reasonable. Looking to cut my tariff anyway from £40 pcm.
Being a first adopter is a mug's game. In my most humblest of opinions, of course.