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iPhone to debut on O2 network in UK November 9th

iPhone to debut on O2 network in UK November 9th

Apple has chosen O2 has its exclusive provider of the iPhone in the UK, where the device will make its debut November 9th. Like in the US, users will activate iPhones using Apple's iTunes. Apple says users will immediately have access to the iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store. The iTunes Wi-Fi Music Store, which has yet to make its debut on the iPhone in the US.

The iPhone will be sold through Apple's UK retail and online stores, O2 and The Carphone Warehouse's retail and online stores. It will be available only as an 8GB model for £269 (inc VAT). Tariffs (monthly data/voice pricing plans) will start at £35, which all include unlimited anytime, anywhere mobile data usage and free unlimited use of what is claimed to be the UK's largest single public Wi-Fi network, covering over 7,500 cafes, restaurants, airport lounges, pubs and other locations across the UK.

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