New iPhone 3G contracts unveiled
Those thinking about recycling mobile phones to buy an iPhone may be tempted by the latest deals from O2.
It was announced by the network this week that it would be extending its range of tariffs on Apple's multimedia device.
The 24-month contracts allow buyers who have traded in their used mobiles to get their hands on either an 8GB or 16GB iPhone for £34.26 and £44.05 per month respectively.
In addition, O2 have announced there is no initial charge for the phone and the deal will include all the web and voicemail benefits that have previously been available.
Peter Rampling, O2's marketing director, said: "This new 24-month tariff option will meet the demand of customers who are looking for added value in exchange for committing to a longer contract."
The tariffs will be available April 3rd - giving you plenty of time to trade in your mobile.
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