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With Apple's iPhone 4 officially going on sale today, Reg Hardware thinks it's perfect time to compare network pre-pay tariffs to see how Orange, Vodafone et al match up.

We've compiled the cheapest and most expensive deals each network has to offer into the following tables.

12-Month Contracts

iPhone 4 Tariffs

18-Month Contracts

iPhone 4 Tariffs

24-Month Contracts

iPhone 4 Tariffs

Remember, there's plenty of other deals in between, so be sure to check individual network pages for further information.

The iPhone 4 is available unlocked from £499 from Apple. You can find out about Sim-only deals from mobile networks. Check Orange, Vodafone, O2, Tesco Mobile, T-Mobile or Three, for further information. ®

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