The 8GB model will cost just £99 on a new£30 per month tariff (now we’re getting serious) and the existing £35 per monthtariff. That means early iPhone adopters can upgrade for the £99 cost of a newhandset - not a bad deal, though many will be wishing they’d waited.
Those choosing either the £45 or £75 permonth tariffs will get the 8GB iPhone 3G for free.
The 16GB iPhone 3G will cost £159 on the£30 and £35 tariffs, £59 on the £45 tariff and it will be free on the £75tariff. Business tariffs are also available.
All tariffs continue to include free Wi-Fibrowsing via The Cloud and unlimited data. "All customers will continue toreceive unlimited data browsing over O2’s HSDPA network" says O2 in its newsrelease.
"The iPhone is already a phenomenalsuccess in the UK and nowwe're making this revolutionary product more affordable for even more customers,"said Ronan Dunne, CEO of O2 in the UK. "iPhone quickly became ourfastest selling device ever and with this new pricing, iPhone 3G is anunbeatable proposition."
Again the iPhone 3G will be available fromCarphone Warehouse as well as O2 itself.