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March 2, 2010

O2 rolls out new iPhone tariffs

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by Darren Allan

O2 has taken action to try and retain its iPhone customer numbers from the grasping clutches of the other networks who now offer the smartphone.

The company has rolled out a new range of budget-minded sim-only tariffs, to tempt those coming to the end of their contracts, and compete with Vodafone’s own similar deals.

The sim-only contracts start from £15 per month for a one year deal which boasts 300 minutes, unlimited texts and mobile Internet.

If you want to stump up £20 per month, you can get this deal on a rolling monthly basis instead, avoiding signing up for a year.

Vodafone offers a cheaper sim-only package at £10 per month, although that only comes with 100 minutes and 500 texts.

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