Three's iPhone 4 tariffs revealed


Three today announced its iPhone 4 tariffs, and guess what, they’re awesome.

They consumately dump on O2, Vodafone and Orange’s offerings.

For a mid-range £35 contract you can get 900 any network minutes, 5000 texts, 5000 Three-to-Three minutes and 1GB of data. Compared if O2’s meagre 300 minutes and 500 MB offering.

And if, were you so inclined to, you spent £45-a-month you can net yourself 2000 any network minutes, 5000 texts and 5000 Three-to-Three minutes and a free handset.

The 16GB model is £99 upfront on contracts up to £35, and the 32GB model is staggered at £259, £189, £149, and £89 depending on your contract.

This appears to mark Three’s attempt to ram-raid its way into the iPhone carrier market, capitalising on the complacent and stingy contracts offered by O2, Orange and Vodafone.

Coupled with their massive 3G network improvements Three, once the runt of the British networks, is beginning to look like a pretty enticing offer.

I for one, am switching. Got that O2!? I’m sick of your stingy minutes, appaling coverage and sucky customer services. Don’t let me down Three. Check out all Three’s tariff’s below.
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  • 3’s offerings are 24 month deals. That seems to be the way these days. 2 year contracts :(, nonetheless what they’re offering is better than the other networks

  • Not even close to the Tesco deals for value – 12 month contracts from £20 a month.

  • Care to enlighten us on the LENGTH of the contracts? A minor detail I know, but those prices suck if its a 10 year contract.
    Facts like that tend to be important when reporting about contracts.

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