The 3 network is joiningin selling the when it arrives on our drizzly shores on 24 June.
Drop by the 3 Web site to pre-register your interest in Apple's latest tool for separating gadget lovers from their money. 3 currently offers the , so here's hoping it can sweeten what's certain to be a pretty hefty contract.
We're still waiting to find out what we'll have to pay to get our hands on the iPhone 4, which is selling in the US for $199 (£137) for the 16GB version and $299 (£207) for the 32GB version on contract.
The competition between the networks will hopefully mean prices for the iPhone 4 are as low as possible, although there hasn't been much variety insince it stopped being exclusive to O2.
Which network would tempt you to take up the iPhone 4? Let us know in the comments.