Vodafone Ireland to release iPhone 4 on Friday

Vodafone Ireland to release iPhone 4 on Friday

Vodafone Ireland today announced that it will launch iPhone 4 in Ireland on July 30.

"Vodafone Ireland is delighted to offer iPhone 4, the thinnest phone with the highest resolution display, on Ireland’s number one network," said Stefano Gastaut, Vodafone Ireland consumer director.

"Over two million customers can benefit from the very best mobile internet experience on iPhone 4 with the Vodafone network.

"Vodafone also developed a range of price plans to suit how our customers want to use voice and data on iPhone 4."

The phone will cost between €129-€279 for the 16GB device, and between €229-€379 for the 32GB version.

The price of the phone will depend on which price plan is selected, which vary from €35 monthly to €80 monthly.

All plans involve an 18-month contract. Extras include free Vodafone to Vodafone calls and texts or Vodafone My Friends.


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