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T-Mobile have joined Vodafone and O2 in offering a monthly iPhone4 package from £25 p.m. But is this likely to be the best iPhone4 contract for you?
Actually these deals look more a marketing ploy to get you into the shop to discuss what looks a great headline deal, but then to convert you to a £3 or £35 p.m. a month package using our mobile phone comparison service you can quickly see the added benefits of the slightly more expensive monthly tariffs.
The higher upfront payments for the phone mean that actually, over an 18 month contract period an iPhone4 will cost the same £819, but in most cases more free minutes and texts are offered on the £3 tariff.
If you are considering investing we suggest you do your research well use our comparison service to find the cheapest £25 iPhone4 deal, test the tariffs at £3 and £35 and then you will be aware of what a good deal looks like.
If you are considering buying online, but are concerned with aftersales consider using mobiles.co.uk - their prices are included in our comparison service they are owned by Carphone Warehouse, and faulty handset can, after the initial cooling off period, be taken into any store if a fault occurs. This means that the lowest iPhone prices can be combined with the convenience of a high street outlet.
Finally whether buying online or in store dont get hoodwinked into expensive iPhone4 insurance it tends to cost around £15.pm from the dealers, whilst it can be found from £5.99 on the moneymaxim iPhone insurance service thats a massive saving over the term of a contract and could be the difference between a £25 and a £35 iPhone deal!