O2 announces latest contracts for iPhone
20 March 2009 — 2:00 PM
It has been announced this week that O2 is to offer a new 24-month tariff's for the Apple iPhone in both its 8GB and 16GB forms.
Consumers who opt for the smaller capacity model will be able to get hold of the iPhone for free - with a £34.26 monthly payment - and buyers of its bigger sibling can expect to pay £44.05.
The news could inspire those looking for the latest phones who have recently recycled their used mobile phones for cash.
Commenting on the move, O2's marketing director Peter Rampling said: "This new 24-month tariff option will meet the demand of customers who are looking for added value in exchange for committing to a longer contract."
The latest contracts will be available to shoppers from April 3rd and will include all of the web and voicemail benefits of the previous iPhone tariffs.
Apple recently announced a revised version of its iPod Shuffle media player.
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