O2 has become the last of the major UK networks to unveil pricing for the iPhone 4S, as would-be buyers weigh up the costs of getting their hands on Apple’s latest smartphone.
The carrier is offering the iPhone 4S for free in its entry-level 16GB incarnation on contracts starting at £41 per month over a two-year term. That compares with £46 per month on Vodafone, Orange and T-Mobile and £43 per month on Three.
The mid-tier 32GB is free from £57 per month – also over two years. But if it’s the top-end 64GB edition that floats your boat, you’re looking at minimum £29.99 upfront fee on the same £57-per-month, 24-month contract.
Unleashed last week amid all the ballyhoo that always accompanies Apple launches, the iPhone 4S retains the same design as the iPhone 4 but features a brawnier chipset and HSPA+ support for browsing speeds up to twice those of its predecessor.
It’s also rocking an eight-megapixel camera – up from the iPhone 4’s five-megapixel number – with face detection, the all-new iOS 5 operating system and the much-trumpeted Siri advanced voice control application.
You can compare iPhone 4S deals at uSwitch.com.
Browse Three iPhone 4S plans and pre-order here
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