From the 14th of January 2010 new and existing Vodafone customers will be able to pick up the iPhone on a pay monthly contract from the network provider.
Those looking for a bargain will be interested by the £30 a month deal, although the minimum commitment required for this package is a lengthy 24 months. £35 and £45 a month deals will also be made available, with unlimited text messages included with all three tariffs.
A shorter 18 month tariff costing either £40 or £80 will also be on offer and every deal will come with a 1GB monthly cap on mobile data use, along with unlimited Wi-Fi.
Three versions of the iPhone will be made available by Vodafone, with both the 16GB and 32GB 3Gs models sitting alongside the cheaper 3G.
Customers could pay up to £239 for the phone if they want the cheapest, shortest contract, although those spending more monthly can get the iPhone for free.
The iPhone is now available on pre-order from Vodafone and consumers are being encouraged to order as quickly as possible in order to secure their handset in what is set to be one of the most notable network releases of the year.
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