by Joe White
July 10, 2010
announced its pricing and tariffs for the iPhone 4, after several weeks of speculation and hesitation. The company is one of the last in the UK to release its pricing structure, with O2, Vodafone, Orange, 3 Network and Tesco Mobile all beating T-Mobile to the mark. And what's more, the results were barely worth waiting for, with T-Mobile's pricing being on the expensive side. When compared with Vodafone (the carrier I have my iPhone 4 with), the handset price when buying with T-Mobile is on average £45 more than when buying with Vodafone - even though Vodafone offers the same minutes, unlimited texts, and double the amount of data. In addition to this, Vodafone is delivering iPhone 4 handsets now, while T-Mobile is only allowing prospective owners to "register their interest". Check out T-Mobile's pricing structure (below) if you wish, but make sure to compare it alongside another carrier, because it seems like T-Mobile has pretty much priced itself out of the market. If you're an iPhone 4 owner living in the UK, let us know which carrier you decided to go with in the comments box at the end of this article!