So, it turns out those iPhone price cut rumours were true. The only catch is you’ll need to sign on the dotted line for a two year contract. This presents somewhat of a predicament for wannabe iPhone owners. Decisions, decisions – what to do? On the one hand you could take advantage of Apple’s strategic move to rid itself of its current iPhone 3G stock to make room for the next generation of the ubiquitous iPhone. But then again, if you’re going to look at your iPhone with disdain and treat it like a pile of crap because you no longer have the hottest phone, it’d probably be best to wait.
Apple says the iPhone is available for “free”, which isn’t exactly true considering the 8GB model will be going for £34.26 p/m and £44.05 for the 16GB model. As far as I know, there’s nothing free about forking out £822.24/£1,057.02 over a two year period. Two years, or 730 days is a long time, so make sure you’ve thought about all the repercussions of a two year contract before you sign your life away.[via Tech Digest]
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