Vodafone Iphone 4S

October 12, 2011 by staff 

Vodafone Iphone 4SVodafone Iphone 4S, Vodafone has adapted many of its tariffs for iPhone 4S, in some cases, cutting the fee in advance for as much as 120 pounds.

The new rates presented today have been issued after Vodafone decided he wanted to “offer the best value available” – in other words, some of the deals were not competitive with other operators. The company insisted, however, that pre-orders had not been unexpectedly poor, saying: “We’ve seen really good sales.”

Therefore, if you want to get a 16 GB iPhone 4S in a 24-month contract, you could save up to £ 120 on the initial investment in a contract of £ 26 per month with the phone now costs £ 239 instead of 359 pounds.

Select the same phone at £ 31 per month, 24 month contract will save £ 90, £ 50 to 24 months contract £ 36 per month, and a dozen in the 41 pounds per month of the same length contract.

There is also a similar reduction in the contracts of 18 months, while the cheapest 18-month contract that will cost a minimum of £ 31 per month. No change in the contracts of 12 months.

There are also price cuts of 32 and 64 GB iPhones 4S. For more information, see the website of Vodafone.

Some Vodafone customers who have already pre-ordered your iPhone 4S had offered £ 59 cashback on your bill in November, but the company said it would not be adversely affected by the new arrangements.

“We will be in contact with each client that will be affected by more than U.S. & 59 and offer the best deal – no one will be out of pocket and in some cases, customers will be much better,” said a spokesman for Vodafone .

In addition, all new and upgrading customers pay monthly customers can use the data as much as they like for the first three months. At the end of this period, customers can change the contract if your data usage is much higher or lower than its contract requires.

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