After the announcement that the new iPhone 3G S will hit our shores on 19 June, the next question punters wanted to know is if there was any change to the network provider. And the answer is no – for the moment it seems the iPhone 3G S will still be an O2 exclusive.
The network swiftly announced that it would be supporting the new iPhone, complete with faster hardware, video playback and editing, a new 3MP camera and voice recognition, while all other UK networks remained schtum.
The iPhone 3G S will be available from O2 stores and also at Carphone Warehouse in 11 days' time, although you can pre-order the phone exclusively at Carphone Warehouse from this Wednesday (10 June) – a whole nine days before its release.
As for pricing, O2 has let the cat out of the bag via its official Twitter feed, letting us know that the 3G S will cost up to £184.98 for the 16GB, and up to £274.23 for the 32GB, depending on what tariff you go for.
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