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It's breeding season for white iPhone 4s, with the fabled unicorn of the smartphone world suddenly proliferating across UK providers.

The latest spotting of the mythical phone by Slashgear.com came at Three UK's site. The operator is offering both 16GB and 32GB versions across its plans. The phone itself starts at a lightly blanching £319 for the £25-a-month plan, down to £89 on the £43-a-month plan.

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This follows an eve-of-spring sighting at Expansys, which was punting the phone for as little as £919.99. However, yesterday, the reseller's site showed that pricing had not been announced for the white iPhone 4.

Vodafone, O2, Orange and T-Mobile appear to be taking a Fordian approach, resolutely sticking to the black varietal. ®

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