iPhone price war

Tesco, Britain’s biggest retailer just increased their product offering to include the iPhone.
It will be available, in time for Christmas on the shelves from this Monday. They are offering just a one year contract for the iPhone 3G, which is six months less than with O2 and Orange.

Those looking for the shorter term contract can get the iPhone 8GB 3G for a one off cost of £222 plus £60 a month. This also includes £60 of flexible credit to spend as they choose.

Those who want a free iPhone 3GS 16GB can get one when they sign a 24-month contract for £60 a month and will receive unlimited calls, texts and browsing.

Tesco Mobile is a joint venture between O2 and Tesco and they also offer iPhone 3G and 3GS on its Triple Credit Pay As You Go price plan. All Tesco Mobile iPhone customers will have at least 12 months free unlimited data and access to the BT OpenZone Wi-Fi (UK).

Customers can sign up to these new phone deals in the Tesco Phone Shops and Tesco Direct website.

Tesco already well known for its price wars, has certainly opened up another one with the iPhone. I wonder what Vodafone will launch with in the New Year. They are keeping everything under wraps.

Tesco sparks iPhone price war with £20 a month contract


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