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Vodafone responds to iPhone rip-off

Can we charge more than that? Oh, yes we can

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Vodafone customers disappointed at not being able to pay £899 for an iPhone can rest assured that O2 is not alone in overcharging customers for flashy hardware - as this screen grab from its web site shows:

Vodafone N81 rip-off monthly rental

Nice to see the firm's happy to hand over a Nokia N81 for free, but £350 a month seems a bit steep in today's climate.

At least Vodafone has the decency to offer 750 minutes with the deal, rather than the 200 minutes iPhone users have to make do with.®

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