Orange has dramatically cut upfront fees for the iPhone 4 16GB edition, as part of a strictly limited promotion running this weekend.
Customers who sign up for a 24-month contract deal with Orange through Mobiles.co.uk at £35.74 per month before Monday (February 14th) will pay just £69.99 for the handset – down from £119.99 previously.
Choose the £40.85 per month option and they’ll pay £49.99 for the handset, compared with the standard charge of £89.99.
Or there’s a £45.96 option. This previously featured a one-off charge of £29.99. But for the duration of the promotion it’s completely free.
Touted as the world’s thinnest smartphone, the iPhone 4 still makes room for a 3.5-inch super high density retina display fashioned from super robust Gorilla Glass, a five megapixel camera with HD video recording and a powerful 1GHz processor to keep everything ticking over smoothly.
You’ll also get e-reader and video calling functionality thanks to the pre-loaded iBooks and Facetime apps respectively, plus a choice of hundreds of thousands of applications from the App Store.
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