iPhone 4 hitting Orange, O2 and Vodafone in the UK

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iPhone 4 was officially announced at yesterday’s WWDC 2010 keynote speech from Steve Jobs, and now O2, Vodafone and Orange have all confirmed they will be selling the smartphone by its UK release date of June 24th. Let the battle of the networks begin!

A registration page for the iPhone 4 from Vodafone can be found here, or from O2 here, giving you an early heads up on any news on the two network’s tariffs for Apple’s new Jesus phone. No pricing details from either yet, but expect to see them rolled out in the next week or so.

Orange also have confirmed they will be carrying the iPhone 4, but have yet to launch a registration page for the mobile. The Carphone Warehouse however do have a page up, which can be viewed here.

Got any ideas yet whether you’ll be picking up an iPhone 4? These networks suit your taste, or would you be happier if Three got a chance at providing your iPhone 4 network? Let us know in the comments below.

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Gerald Lynch
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