Orange confirms iPhone 4 pricing

The mobile provider has released pricing details for the new Apple device.

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Hot on the heels of Vodafone's accidental - but as yet unofficial - pricing exposure, Orange has confirmed its iPhone 4 tariffs.

However, there has been some disappointment at the amount customers have to pay to the new device for free.

The only way to get an iPhone 4 handset at no cost would be to pay 75 per month, but this would include unlimited texts, minutes, mobile internet and Wi-Fi on top of 100 free European roaming minutes and 20MB of European roaming mobile internet.

Otherwise prices for the device ranged from 29 on a 45 per month contact to 269 for a 30 per month contract.

Yesterday a slip up by Vodafone's web team led to the company revealing its iPhone 4 tariffs ahead of schedule.

A test page for the website was accidentally set live unveiling the tariffs but although a spokesperson from the company would confirm the authenticity of the test page, they would not verify if the pricing was correct.

The page showed the iPhone 4 handset would be free for two year contracts over 45 per month or for 18 month contracts over 50 per month. Anything less and the handset would cost between 59 and 189, with the smallest per month price being 25 on a two year contract.

T-Mobile and 3 have yet to confirm their pricing but another competitor has entered the fray with Tesco Mobile announcing it will also be stocking the iPhone 4 from 24 June.

Yesterday Apple confirmed the prices for SIM-free iPhone 4 devices, with the 16GB model costing 499 and the 32GB model reaching 599.

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