Tesco slashes unlimited Apple iPhone tariff

Darren Allan

April 13, 2010

Tesco Mobile has considerably cut the cost of its 2 year unlimited iPhone deal.

You can now get unlimited minutes, texts and mobile Internet for £45 a month, rather than £60 per month.

Which is a lot cheaper compared to the likes of O2 at £60, and Vodafone at £75, for example.

Tesco is obviously hoping to hoover up some more of the iPhone user base before OS 4 is released in the summer.

OS 4 brings with it multi-tasking, a more streamlined interface, iBooks and a new advertising platform called iAds.

However, with a new model of iPhone potentially launching soon after, as well, it’s a doubtful time for prospective smartphone buyers to be tying themselves in for two years.


Comments in chronological order (2 comments)

  1. moron says:

    get your story straight!
    it’s a 12 month contract.

  2. Darren Allan says:

    All the other Tesco tariffs are 12 months, but this is the exception at 24 months.

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