The £125-a-month iPhone tariff from Orange is now just £75 monthly and still includes unlimited calls, texts and 3G mobile internet access.
The £50 monthly price drop requires a 24 month minimum commitment, but there are added extras to sweeten the deal.
People who regularly roam in the EU will benefit from 100 inclusive overseas minutes each month. The cost of mobile browsing abroad has also been reduced thanks to a 20MB inclusive data plan.
Customers who sign up for this package might also be encouraged to turn their iPhones into a mobile broadband modem, as they will receive 3GB of data allowance when they tether the phone to a laptop or PC.
It's perhaps unsurprising to learn that, according to Reghardware at least, Orange will give you any of the current generation iPhones for free with this £75 pay monthly tariff, including the range-topping 3G S 32GB.
Orange customers will be able to sign up for this new package from the beginning of April.
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