Vodafone’s iPhone 4 plans range from €35 to €80 a month

28 Jul 2010

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Vodafone has revealed its iPhone 4 pricing plans that range from €35 per month up to €80 per month, are based on an 18-month contract and with limits that range from 500Mb per month to 1Gb per month.

With the basic Perfect Choice Access Plus plan, new iPhone 4 owners will pay a €35 per month charge and have data credit of 500Mb. The device will cost users of that plan €279.

The next choice is Perfect Choice Access +150 which comes with 150 minutes of voice credit, 150 text messages, a 500Mb data credit and the much anticipated smartphone will cost €279 on that plan.

The Perfect Choice +300 plan comes with 300 voice minutes and text messages, 1Gb of data credit and the device will cost €199.

The final plan, Perfect Choice +500, includes 500 voice minutes and text messages, has a 1Gb data credit and will cost €129.

“Vodafone Ireland is delighted to offer iPhone 4, the thinnest phone with the highest resolution display, on Ireland’s No 1 network,” said Stefano Gastaut, Vodafone Ireland consumer director.

“Over 2 million customers can benefit from the very best mobile internet experience on iPhone 4 with the Vodafone network. Vodafone also developed a range of price plans to suit how our customers want to use voice and data on iPhone 4."

The new device features video calling with FaceTime and Apple’s new Retina display, the highest resolution display ever built into a phone, resulting in super crisp text, images and video.

iPhone 4 also features a 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, HD video recording, Apple’s A4 processor, a 3-axis gyro and up to 40pc longer talk time.

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