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iPhone News about the iPhone September 29, 2009 on 8:40 am | In iPhones | No Comments

After being the partner of Apple in France, Orange will sell the iPhone later this year in UK.

That’s very good news for customers, who were quite disappointed about the upgrade from iPhone 3G to iPhone 3GS for existing customers with O2.

The competition on prices could finally start!!!



O2 is a nightmare

June 19, 2009 on 9:52 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

The mobile phone company O2 in United Kingdom is not treating its best customers, the iPhone 3G already owners like it should. The cut the story short, if you want an iPhone 3GS, it’s around £440!!!

If somebody from O2 is reading this, believe me, you will have a lot of angry customers who took the iPhone 3G 1 year ago for free after an upgrade from the iPhone 2G, and usually with an 18 months contract. So for existing O2 clients, it costs a fortune to get the beloved mobile device.

O2 nightmare


iPhone 16Gb confirmed in UK, iPod Touch 32Gb soon

February 5, 2008 on 10:19 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

You can now found some iPhone 16Gb in UK, both in Apple Store (real shop) and O2 shops at the price of £329. But in the London Regent Street Apple Store, they haven’t received the new iPod Touch 32Gb yet ().


iPhone 16Gb today in UK?

February 5, 2008 on 11:35 am | In iPhones | No Comments

A rumor coming from has appeared today about a 16Gb iPhone in O2 stores around 1.30 pm this afternoon. Interesting that the device comes first in UK before the US. I doubt it, but we will see in 2 hours…


O2 in UK, lowering prices

January 30, 2008 on 11:45 am | In iPhones | No Comments

The happy iPhone UK customers with O2 will have more for the same price… 600 minutes and 500 SMS for £35 per month.


iPhone’s sales in UK, less than expected

January 19, 2008 on 11:20 am | In iPhones | No Comments

According to the , O2 didn’t hit its target of selling 200,000 iPhones in the first 2 months. Experts are expecting a price cut soon in the UK market. I think we will see that price cut only when a new iPhone will be released. O2 is already happy with the iPhone launch because 190,000 iPhones sold means around 90,000 new O2 customers who were with other mobile providers. So it’s definitely a big win for O2 in the current saturate market where the only way to gain customers is to “steal” them from competitors.

Also it provides to O2 new contract customers, because the iPhone comes only with a contract, so it’s a guaranteed revenue for at least 18 months.


O2 is happy with the iPhone launch

November 15, 2007 on 11:31 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

2/3 of the iPhone buyers in UK are new customers for O2, according to . Currently we haven’t real figures on the numbers of sales since the launch on Friday, but it’s sound to be a good deal for O2 so far.


O2 keeps fans on pressure

November 7, 2007 on 5:46 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

Look at this email received today:
O2 iPhone Launch


iPhone in Europe, First Stop United Kingdom

November 6, 2007 on 10:27 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

are preparing the arrival of the iPhone in UK. 1300 shops will be opened on Friday the 9th of November at 6.O2pm!

Apple stores will be closed from 2pm to 6.O2pm on Friday to prepare the arrival.

Stay tuned for the launch on Friday…


“Unlimited” Data Allowance for UK iPhone

November 5, 2007 on 10:58 pm | In iPhones | No Comments

According to UK , O2 will virtually allow iPhone users to have unlimited data allowance with their iPhone. Of course it’s not really unlimited, and it will be under a limit of a “fair usage”. This annoucement has been made by O2 UK chief executive Matthew Key:

O2 iPhone

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