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    iPhone 4 UK network comparison spreadsheet, including sim-only options


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    O2 seems to be the cheapest
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    Works out fine then, £176 to recycle my 8GB 3G, £179 to buy a 16GB iPhone 4 on o2, happy days
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    I am waiting for vodaphones prices before i decide.

    The one thing that I am annoyed about with O2 is that they are not offering 12 or 18 months on business tarriffs Only 24 months!

    So I wont be going with them.
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    Hmm, hope Vodaphone is a bit cheaper. Don't really want to pay for the phone, but it will be late august before I get it so might be some movement by then anyway. Want to stay with Vodaphone if I can otherwise it will be November before I can get it.

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    hmmm a bit too expensive for me, I cant justify spending more than 2 times what i'm paying now, for the same package just to get a nicer phone.

    i hope this will make the 3g prices drop as i may be in the market for one
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    I think I will just buy a sim free 32gb handset if they are only £600 an stay on my £20 sim only deal with 1400mins all the texts an net I can use

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    3 uk will also be stocking it, so they may offer a better deal?

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    Matt is wanting an Iphone4 for his birthday, in fact we spent his lunch hour today wandering around the major networks' phone shops in the local shopping mall quizzing them on cost etc but no one really had any info just yet so guess he has to wait.

    He's been on vodafone for quite a while (as he was working with them) but they have messed him about no end and he's sick of them, so was looking into O2.

    Orange (who I've always been with and used to work for) tend to be quite good overall BUT they haven't got the best coverage.

    Vodafone have the best coverage but customer service sucks and not always the best tarrifs.

    O2 have all UK call centres (fantastic!) and seem to have good tarriffs with ok coverage.

    Not sure about T mobile or 3, as I've never really had anything to do with them.

    I'll show Matt the comparison table as it may help him decide, but he's already said that unless vodafone give him a free iphone4 for all the hassle they've put him through to keep him now his contract is up, then he's going elsewhere.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dannysport18 View Post
    I think I will just buy a sim free 32gb handset if they are only £600 an stay on my £20 sim only deal with 1400mins all the texts an net I can use

    I pre ordered the 16GB one, so I can stay on simplicity plan.
    15quid a month, 300mins(i don't talk on the phone often) unlimited txt + net.(the 2 important things)

    Works out cheaper in the long run.

    18month contract at 35quid + £179 for the phone = £809

    18months on £15 + £500 for the phone = £770

    saves £40quid overall :-)
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