Ladies and gentlemen, start your iPhone engines: Orange says it will start selling iPhones on monthly contracts and pay as you go on 10 November.
And if you're an international movie star ordriver, a new 'traveller' bundle will include roaming data and calls for an astonishing £125 per month. All plans included ' ' data, with a fair-use policy of just 750MB per month. You can add tethering -- so you can surf your iPhone's connection using your laptop -- for £5 per month.
For pay as you go people, the iPhone 3G will cost half the number of the beast, £333, if you top up by £50 when you buy it. That'll get you 250MB of data each month, plus a year of access to the
BT Openzone Wi-Fi network.
Compare those prices to the iPhone's home of yesteryear, O2. On O2, you can pick up an iPhone 3G from free on a £34.26-per-month contract, with the iPhone 3GS costing from free on a £44.05-per-month contract, both for two years.