O2 unveils iPhone 4 pricing

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O2 has become the latest mobile provider to reveal its tariffs for the iPhone 4.

Deals start at 25 per month offering 100 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of UK data with handset prices ranging from free to a one off payment of 323.

Customers will only be able to get the 16GB version for free on a monthly contract but will have to pay a substantial 60 per month on a 24 month contract or 65 on an 18 month contract for the privilege.

For the 32GB model even on the highest monthly tariff, users will have to pay 29 to get their mitts on the device.

This is still a less than Orange however where the only way to get the 16GB edition for free is on a 75 per month deal.

Orange and O2 are the only two companies to have officially announced their pricing for Apple's flagship mobile device.

Earlier this week Vodafone prices were leaked when a test page on its website went live by accident but the company has still not confirmed whether these are the correct tariffs.

T-Mobile, 3 and Tesco Mobile will all be carrying the device but again their lips are sealed when it comes to tariffs.

For the full list of deals available from O2 click here.

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