It’s been nearly a whole week now since Steve Jobs introduced the new Apple iPhone 4, and pre-ordering is just a day away. However, while we know how much the handset is going to cost consumers in the US, we don’t really know any information in the UK.
But according to product-reviews.net – sourced from a Geeky-Gadgets.com article by Roland Hutchinson – a couple of the networks will be releasing prices for the new iPhone 4 on Monday, 14th June. So UK customers can now have some idea of what it’s going to cost them.
It does seem to have taken quite a bit of time to get any information on how much the iPhone 4 will cost in the UK, which has led people to believe that the five operators may have been discussing what they are going to charge with each other.
Customers have already heard that there will be no unlimited data included in the O2 price plan, and are just waiting now to see what the other networks do. Whichever way it goes, we just hope that the five different operators will offer some competitive prices.
The second image is courtesy of engadget.com.