Unlike Apple’s previous product launches in the UK, the iPhone 3G could be available from 7am, with O2 stores opening a couple of hours earlier to help get as many customers kitted out as possible.
Striving for a “successful and painless launch”, O2 may also allow customers to sign up for a contract in advance, thus reducing the amount of time it takes to pick up an iPhone on launch day.
The Pay-As-You-Go iPhone 3G is rumoured to cost £370 for the 8GB model and £470 for the 16GB model, though there’s no official word from O2 on contract-free deals yet.
(Via Apple Insider and Electric Pig)
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