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O2, T-Mobile to offer £0-€1 iPhone 3G with contract

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Monday, June 16, 2008
News Categories: iPhone

T-Mobile has announced that it will offer the iPhone 3G in Germany for as little as one euro with a qualifying monthly contract, following the lead of O2 in the United Kingdom, which announced that it will offer the phone for free in a similar subsidy promotion. Customers purchasing an 8GB iPhone 3G with a 69 euro, 24-month contract from T-Mobile will pay only 1 euro for the phone, with the 16GB model starting at 19.95 euros with an 89 euro monthly plan and going up to 249.95 euros with a minimal 29 euro per month contract. Similarly, O2 customers will receive the 8GB iPhone 3G for free with a £45 or £75 18-month agreement, or can choose to pay £99 with a £35 or £30 tariff. The 16GB model will be offered for free with a £75 monthly plan, for £59 with a £45 tariff, and will run £159 when purchased on a £30 or £35 plan.

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Comments

1

Still, german T-Mobile´s monthly contract costs are the worst of all iPhone plans!
I wonder why they didn´t learn anything out from the very bad sales figures of iPhone 1 in germany (only 100.000 iphones sold in 5 month). I think they´ll fail again in germany - also because there is no competiton (like e.g. in austria. One is now also selling the iPhone and underbid T-mobile´s plans).

Posted by Stefan on June 16, 2008 at 7:58 AM (PDT)

2

#### it, I don’t care if they give the iphone for free and give us some cash too, I don’t want it, what we want is cheap monthly plans with unlimited data traffics

Posted by itchy on June 16, 2008 at 10:38 AM (PDT)

3

I’ll buy an iPhone as I’ve been waiting for the 3G iPhone for ages but will unblock it and use it with my current plan that I typically pay less than 20 euros per month… I won’t pay the exorbitant T-Mobile rates!

Posted by sean on June 17, 2008 at 2:02 AM (PDT)

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