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UK mobile mammoth Vodafone has made the iPhone 4 available on a Pay As You Go (PAYG) basis.

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An iPhone 4 16GB costs £480, while a 32GB one will set you back £570. You can also get the 3GS 8GB for £385.

Tied into the Vodafone network for 12 months, the pre-pay devices cost £20-£30 less than an unlocked version direct from the Apple Store.

Those who get one before November 2010 are offered a full year of 3G data and BT Openzone Wi-Fi access.

Be warned - these are limited to 250MB a month for 3G and 1GB a month for Wi-Fi, which can run out very quickly without a local hotspot.

Mark Bond, consumer director at Vodafone UK, said the company will introduce more options later in the year to "allow greater flexibility". ®

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