The £45 tariff will be the same as the current £55 tariff, giving iPhone users a massive 1200 minutes and 500 messages. Users on the the £55 deal will be dropped down to the cheaper option.
The £55 option is replaced with a £75 tariff featuring the same number of texts and 3000 minutes.
The changes come following reports that the iPhone has not been performing as well as expected.
O2’s spokesman, Steve Alder, said that the changes were merely an adjustment, and that they did not signal anything about overall iPhone sales. "These things take time to organise. This is not a reaction to anything we’re concerned about," he said. "We’re very happy with the kind of customers, and the number of customers that we’re getting."
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