O2 unveils new iPhone tariffs
2 March 2010 — 3:28 PM
Consumers could soon be tempted to recycle their old mobile phone following an announcement of new SIM-only iPhone tariffs from the O2 network.
The mobile operator is preparing a total overhaul of its consumer tariffs including a new lower-priced iPhone deal and up to eight months' free line rental on selected devices.
iPhone users may opt for a contract costing £15 a month for 300 minutes, unlimited UK texts, data and WiFi on a 12 month contract. They can also choose the same deal for £20 on a one-month rolling contract.
Alternatively, a premium tariff is available with unlimited UK calls, texts and data costing £45 per month.
Selling an old mobile phone for cash could be one way for consumers to take advantage of the new price plans.
O2 has recently urged customers to ensure that they receive up-to-date and accurate information before they purchase a mobile phone on any network following comments from Vodafone stating that it was the UK's best operator.
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