T-Mobile tardily talks iPhone 4 tariffs
How low do they go?
Network operator T-Mobile has at last revealed its price-plans for the iPhone 4.
With the announcement taking much longer than those of T-Mobile's counterparts, one might easily think T-Mobile had been studying existing deals to offer a competitive alternative. Maybe even undercut the undercutters.
Hmm... wishful thinking.
Only offering 24-month contracts without Wi-Fi provision and in most cases a reduced data limit of 500MB, these figures will disappoint many.
To see a comparison of network tariffs, refer to Reg Hardware's (now updated) iPhone 4 price-plan comparison. ®
I had Desire for £10 per month, 24 months, £120 for the phone, 3GB data, 100mins any network and unlimited landline option.
It is good to see T-Mobile taking precaution for arrival of iHerd. Hopefully the deals above will only apply to this device due to nature of it's target audience.
Let's hope this is not a sign of thing to come.
iPhone in more-expensive-than-better-phones shocker!
iPhone contracts more expensive and more restrictive than, say, Desire or N900 contracts? Say it ain't so!
Get a HTC Desire instead
Comparing to the £40 tariff for the iPhone 4 it is
£10 per month cheaper
£70 less for the phone
3GB instead of 500MB of usage
And I personally think it is better too (start the argument)