Sell old mobile and switch to iPhone 4 for £25 a month
11 June 2010 — 11:50 AM
Consumers may be ready to sell an old mobile for cash and invest it in the new iPhone 4, after one of its providers announced a pricing strategy.
Mobile firm O2 has revealed it will offer the revolutionary device on 18 and 24-month contracts from the phone's UK release date of June 24th.
Alternatively, people could splash out on the iPhone 4 for its pay-and-go price and simply top up when they need to use it.
O2 will add 300 texts and 500MB of internet usage for top ups between £10 and £14, all the way up to unlimited texts and the same data consumption for funds of at least £30.
But to many, securing a contract with the company will be the preferred choice, with packages starting from £25 a month.
This ranges to the highest-priced contract, which is available for £65 a month and offers unlimited texts and 1GB of internet use.
Apple's iPhone 4 will also be retailed by Vodafone, T-Mobile and Orange.
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