T-Mobile has finally announced pricing for the iPhone 4, making it the last of the networks in the UK offering the Apple product. But the handset is still not for sale on the company's web site.
The T-Mobile iPhone 4 price plans range from £259 for the 16GB model at £25 a month with 100 minutes, 100 texts and 500MB of data, to £99 for the 32GB version at £60 a month with 3,000 minutes, 500 texts and 1GB of data.
All contracts are for 24 months, and the company offers a 'flexible booster' allowing customers to add minutes, data and texts.
The 16GB version can be purchased for £499 on pay-as-you-go with a £10 a month 'top up' for free texts, but T-Mobile offers no pay-as-you-go deals for the 32GB model.
T-Mobile announced its prices three weeks after Orange, with which it is merged under the Everything Everywhere umbrella.
However, neither of the iPhone 4 models are available for purchase from the network's web site, which is still asking customers to register interest two weeks after the 24 June official launch.
Apple's retail stores had the iPhone 4 on sale at launch, and customers could purchase contracts with network operators in stores at the time.
Most retailers ran out quickly, and Apple has since required customers to register their interest in stores for when more stock is delivered.
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