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Looks like we're that bit closer to having it in the U.K.

http://business.timesonline.co.uk/to...cle2028678.ece

And I won't have to change networks!
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The phone, which should be on sale in time for Christmas
That doesn't sound all that promising, i'm so inpatient
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Until I can bung my Tesco Mobile SIM card in it, and until it's a reasonable price, I'll stick with my banged-up old V220. As nice as the iPhone is, the costs are horrendous.

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True, bit until all networks embrace visual voicemail and unlimited data on non business plans it'd be pretty rubbish on any other networks.
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I don't know, if European countries get an iPhone with 3G and at least $100 cheaper than iPhone buyers in the US, US buyers might show up in Cupertino with torches and pitchforks!

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Free data on non-business plans? I can't see that happening - they'd give us flying cars first, surely?

And historically UK/Euro prices are higher, so I think we'll get stitched up when it finally arrives.

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I think it will cost an absolute fortune when it comes here and just wont deliver for its price tag.

Sure its innovative but there are a lot of faults to it too.

In the UK it will definitely cost way more than the US and be tied to contract no doubt.

I will be keeping my eye out for a brand new unlocked US version going cheap on ebay.

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Free data on non-business plans? I can't see that happening

Yeah, like the AT&T plans, otherwise you couldn't really use the features it has and then well it might as well be a normal mobile.
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This could proof a good guide... maybe?

http://businessshop.o2.co.uk/tariffs...x=1&groupid=23
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O2 are denying they've signed a contract with Apple as of this morning.

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