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iPhone 4 tariffs: 3 and Tesco Mobile announce price plans

As Apple iPhone 4 goes on sale in the UK...

As Apple iPhone 4 goes on sale in the UK...

3 and Tesco Mobile have become the latest mobile operators to reveal iPhone 4 price plans for consumers. O2, Orange and Vodafone released iPhone 4 tariffs last week - including price-plans for business users.

Apple's updated smartphone went on sale in the UK today with a thinner form-factor and new features including video-calling, a higher screen resolution and improved camera.

Apple iPhone 4

The iPhone 4 went on sale today
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3's iPhone 4 tariffs

3 is offering a £45 per month tariff that includes a free 16GB iPhone 4 and 1GB of data per month. A 32GB iPhone 4 on the same tariff costs £89 up front.

The cheapest iPhone 4 tariff that 3 is offering costs £30 per month, with a 16GB iPhone 4 costing £99 and a 32GB device costing £189. All its iPhone 4 monthly price-plans offer 1GB of data, and all require consumers to sign up for 24 months.

The operator is also offering £15 and £25 per month micro-SIM-only plans for iPhone 4, along with a pay-as-you-go SIM-only plan.

For more on 3's iPhone 4 tariffs follow this link.

Tesco Mobile's iPhone 4 tariffs

Tesco Mobile has also revealed its iPhone 4 pricing with all its 12-month and 24-month price-plans coming with 1GB of data per month. However the MVNO is not offering an iPhone 4 free on any of its tariffs.

The cheapest monthly tariff on Tesco Mobile is £20 per month on a 12-month contract, with a 16GB iPhone 4 costing £349 and a 32GB device costing £429.

Tesco Mobile will also "soon" be offering the iPhone 4 on a pay-as-you-go basis. A 16GB phone on PAYG costs £479, while a 32GB PAYG iPhone costs £569.

For more on Tesco Mobile's iPhone 4 tariffs follow this link.

T-Mobile

T-Mobile is also due to offer iPhone 4 tariffs but has not yet published details of its forthcoming price-plans. A spokesman for the operator said launch timings, pricing and tariff plans will be revealed "in due course".