O2, Orange and Three have confirmed that they will accept pre-orders for the iPhone 4 from 15 June, and will reveal pricing details soon.
The iPhone 4 is due to launch simultaneously in the UK and US on 24 June. It will be the first time that the phone will be available on more than one network from the launch date, and Apple's latest device has so far been received positively by analysts.
O2 has been the only UK network to announce prices. Options range from a £15 per month contract with 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB data allowance, to a £65 per month contract with unlimited minutes and texts and 1GB data allowance.
The company has yet to announce the cost of the actual handset under these pricing plans.
A spokesman for Three confirmed that prices are likely to be released this week, but could not specify a date.
It appears that T-Mobile will be the only major network that will not stock the iPhone from its launch date.
"There are no plans to offer customers pre-orders of the iPhone tomorrow. At the moment, customers are encouraged to register on the site to find out more information about its availability," said a T-Mobile spokeswoman.
Vodafone has yet to announce whether it will offer the device on pre-order from tomorrow although a test page which accidentally went live this afternoon listed a range of pricing options.
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