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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by mkaiser1, Jun 14, 2010.
That settles it, Voda have my business.
I think o2 and T-Mobile/Orange will all have the same prices and tariffs. 3 are the only ones I can see undercutting but I doubt Apple will allow.
Apparently Virgin are in talks with Apple - be interesting to see if they sell as part of their Broadband/TV/Home Phone/Mobile package!
Far better signal in my area and a gig of data allowance.
what? no PAYG prices?
No, they're not doing PAYG iPhone, as you know.
sorry - wasn't aware. i've only ben keeping an eye on o2.
Vodafone seem to bee charging less deposit wise compared to 02.
Correction, there is a PAYG tab. Yes, we'll be seeing it!
Posted on the voda e-forum :
A couple of you have cleverly spotted a test page which went live on our website not long ago.
I want to stress that this is a test site, and so any information on there is not confirmed. With this in mind, We've removed a number of posts from the forum which contain information which could cause confusion.
I appreciate you're all going to want to talk about this from now, but no pricing information has been confirmed and so we'll have nothing to add to any questions raised.
We'll announce pricing information as soon as we can. Until then, please head over to the register your interest page to ensure you get the latest information as and when it becomes available.
I wonder if MMS is in the price plan or we have to pay for them like O2?
Where did these guys get their info from? I can't see any news on Voda's website.
Link was a test page: http://stg-tshop.vodafone.co.uk/iphone
They've taken it down.
See above http://forums.macrumors.com/showpost.php?p=10130387&postcount=12
They took the page down as soon as they realised people had seen it.
Ah fair enough!
You guys creating/following this thread are a good 30 minutes behind the news ... this is being discussed at length in the UK iPhone 4 thread.
Isnt it a bit strange that the 18 and 24 month phone costs are the same? Surely if you tie yourself into the contract for another 6 months you should get the phone cheaper?
Not all of us have the time to wade through a 100+ page thread where half of it is people repeatedly asking the same questions.
Looks like £5 off a month is all you're getting.
Not alot cheaper. It would be £120 over 6 months, or £20 a month. That is based on the £35pm (24m) / £40pm (18m) tarriff. That's £20 a month for 600 mins, unlimited text, 1gb data...
On another note:
With Vodafone, can anyone tell me if they charge for MMS / sending a text from abroad, or if it still uses X number of texts from your allowance?