iPhone 4 UK and US pre-orders starting, costs 630 euro SIM-free

15 June, 2010

Apple is now taking pre-orders for iPhone 4. A SIM-free device costs 630 euro for the 16GB version and 740 euro for the 32GB one. Currently you can pre-order only a black iPhone 4.

Starting today Apple is taking pre-orders for iPhone 4 in some of the countries from the first wave - USA, United Kingdom and France. Japan and Germany will follow soon.

In the US you can get an iPhone 4 for 199/299 US dollars on contract with AT&T.

In Europe you can buy a SIM-free device for 629 (16GB) or 739 (32GB) euro. Some of the UK carriers have also started taking pre-orders for iPhones on contract.

Currently, the white iPhone 4 isn't available for pre-order.

Vodafone and O2 UK also announced their plans, but Vodafone took them down from their website. Both carriers will offer iPhone 4 on almost the same plans, so no big deal here.

O2 UK iPhone4 tariffs

Vodafone UK iPhone4 tariffs

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Reader comments

  • dishar shuunle
  • 22 Feb 2012
  • cNc

i just wana oder for i phone 4

  • Anonymous
  • 14 Jun 2011
  • wg{

i brought an iphone 4 here in australia and travelling to england soon. i want to know if i can buy a pre pay sim card for it so it wont cost me a fortune here in australia when i get home.

  • Noorak
  • 25 Jul 2010
  • uQK

Sim Free means that you are not bound to a contract with any network. So, you can use sim card of any network you want. But iPhone4 needs micro sim. Anyone can tell me is company unlocked iPhone4 launched or going to be launched in US?

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