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T-Mobile tardily talks iPhone 4 tariffs

How low do they go?

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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.

T-Mobile iPhone 4 Tariffs

To see a comparison of network tariffs, refer to Reg Hardware's (now updated) iPhone 4 price-plan comparison. ®

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