iPhone price slashed by £100

Discussion in 'Web Connections' started by RockieRV, Apr 16, 2008.

  1. RockieRV

    RockieRV Deleted User

    The cost of Apple's iPhone will be cut by £100 to make room for a new and improved model.

    Consumers will be able to buy the 8GB version of the handset for £169 until June 1 after O2 and Carphone Warehouse decided to drop their prices.

    The move comes amid growing speculation that Apple is about to launch a new 3G model of the iPhone, which will lead to faster internet access.

    Currently, the touch-screen gadget uses technology known as Edge, which can be twice as slow as 3G and covers only a fraction of the country.

    Analysts said that the price cut was also part of a drive to increase sluggish sales of the handset, which doubles as a camera, digital music player and internet web browser.

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  2. 656


    Jul 30, 2007
    The universe
    It will be ok if they make them PAYG

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