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UK iPhone plan doesn't add up

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 6 years ago

The Almighty Buck 1

An anonymous reader writes "Is it just me or is the UK iPhone deal seriously more expensive than the US deal. If you look at what AT&T offers compared to what O2 offers, you get significantly less for your money in the UK than you do in the States. It's also significantly more expensive than other non-iPhone deals in the UK, which offer similar services. Steve Jobs response to the more expensive UK iPhone is that 'it's more expensive to do business in the UK', but what does that mean? As a UK resident I'm dissapointed that we didn't get the same plan as the AT&T plan, particularly the free mobile-to-mobile calls."

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Free M2M not Limited to iPhone (1)

pjsab0 (1139213) | more than 6 years ago | (#20682033)

AT&T has been offering free mobile to mobile calling for several years now; it's not an exclusive iPhone deal. That being said, it doesn't look like O2 currently offers free mobile to mobile on any plans, at least not one that I could find on http://shop.o2.co.uk/tariffs/18_months/Texter [o2.co.uk] . I doubt even Apple could convince a cellular provider to add that sort of feature if it did not exist already.
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