O2 Ireland will today emerge as the exclusive carrier for the long-awaited Apple iPhone, siliconrepublic.com can reveal.
In the company’s fourth-quarter key performance indicators (KPIs) out today, O2 confirmed it will be the exclusive Irish carrier for Apple’s revolutionary iPhone.
The much anticipated device will make its official debut in Ireland on 14 March.
The iPhone will be sold in Ireland through O2 retail stores. The device will also be available through Carphone Warehouse retail stores.
According to the O2 KPIs, the iPhone will be available in an 8GB model for €399 and a 16GB model for €499 and will work with either a PC or Mac.
“Three new iPhone tariffs will be available from O2, starting at €45, all of which will include anytime minutes, texts and a 1GB data bundle,” the company said.
By John Kennedy