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Vodafone iPhone available 14 January 2010

Karl Flinders

Vodafone has become the latest mobile operator to offer the iPhone, with the announcement of availability from 14 January.

Following O2's exclusive deal with Apple ending, a growing band of operators cashing in on the iPhone's popularity.

Vodafone joins O2, Orange and Tesco in offering Apple's popular handset.

Vodafone's lowest-cost tariff with a free handset is £35 per month. The two-year contract includes 600 minutes of free calls and unlimited texts and Wi-Fi services.

O2 has had problems with its network recently, with some users unable to access the internet on their phone.


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