Posted by Stephanie Startz on December 11, 2009 05:35 PM
Consumers disappointed by the tease of an iPhone price war between Orange and O2 can rejoice: Tesco has raised the stakes.
Tesco Mobile is offering a £20-a-month iPhone, but the offer is not without its caveats. Subscribers must pay, on top of a one-year contract, £222 for a standard 8GB model and £320 for the 3GS 16GB model. Consumers interested in a free handset, as Orange and O2 offer, can sign up for a two-year contract priced at £60-a-month.
Tesco’s one- and two-year contracts remain the most competitive in Britain, besting Orange and O2’s 18-month contract of £624 and £713 and £626 and £714, for the 8GB and 3GS 16BG, respectively.Continue reading...