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O2 to offer iPhone business tariffs in 2008

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By Charles Starrett

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Published: Wednesday, January 30, 2008
News Categories: iPhone

Following last week’s announcement of iPhone business plans by AT&T, UK iPhone carrier O2 has said that it plans to offer the iPhone to business users sometime later this year. Speaking in an interview with UK gadget web site Pocket-lint, an O2 spokesperson said that although the iPhone is aimed at consumers, the company “wants to offer it as a service for business users looking to use the smartphone in their office.” Previously, the company had directed business users interested in the iPhone toward individual plans, stating, “The iPhone is currently only available on consumer eighteen-month contracts and not yet on business tariffs and contracts. Business customers can still buy an iPhone but they will need to take out a new 18-month consumer contract on an iPhone tariff.”

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