Vodafone grabs the iPhone for early 2010
The destruction of O2’s exclusivity deal continues today as Vodafone announces it will be bringing the iPhone to its customers in early 2010.
Vodafone, currently the provider with the highest market share in the UK until the Orange/T-Mobile merger goes through will be selling both the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS in the UK and Ireland from early 2010.
Yesterday, Orange announced it would be selling the devices by the end of the year, sparking rumours that the date would coincide with O2 starting to sell the eagerly anticipated Palm Pre in October - a device that has been touted as the "iPhone killer".
Pricing, tariffs and availability have yet to be announced but, as with Orange, Vodafone customers can now register their interest for the iPhone on its website.
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