T-Mobile has launched iPhone 4 in the UK today.
“Bringing iPhone 4 to our customers in the UK is a fantastic move for T-Mobile,” said Lysa Hardy, vice president of T-Mobile propositions. “With a range of value plans we’re making iPhone 4 more accessible to even more customers in the UK.”
T-Mobile is offering iPhone 4 on four plans to customers, from £30 to £60 a month over a two year contract, with customers having to pay quite high prices for the devices on top of the contracts.
The lowest plan includes 300 voice minutes per month, unlimited (subject to fair use policy) SMS credit, 500 MB data, and then the user must pay for the device itself; the iPhone 4 16GB costs £179, while the 32GB device costs £269, or the 3GS costs £79.
On the top level plan, users get unlimited voice and SMS (subject to fair usage policy again), 1GB data, a free 16GB device, pay £49 for the 32GB device, or have an iPhone 3GS free.
iPhone 4 has come under scrutiny and global criticism for a lack of testing prior to release which has left some users with signal problems due to the wrap around antenna on the device.