Vodafone follows Orange on iPhone
30 September 2009 — 9:58 AM
The Apple iPhone has been announced as available on a third network across the UK and Ireland, it has emerged.
In news that may interest consumers looking to recycle mobile phones as a way to raise funds to pay for the device, Vodafone has announced plans to offer it in the early part of 2010.
Tariff details, availability and pricing are all listed as information that is yet to come, but the carrier has set up a dedicated website for interested parties to register their details.
Vodafone's move follows an announcement earlier in the week that O2 would lose its exclusive access to the device after Orange made an agreement with Apple over iPhone distribution.
It was also noted in a survey recently that consumers in the US that use the gadget are very happy with it - although most admitted dissatisfaction with their network operator.
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