Orange has followed O2 in announcing its Apple iPhone 4 tariffs. What's more they've also announced that the 16GB version of the device will be available for free on certain contracts. Before you get too excited Orange customers, the handset itself maybe free, but you'll have to sign up to a two year contract at a cost of £75 a month. However, if that seems a little steep, there are other tariffs that may be more appealing. For example, for an upfront payment of £29, customers will again be able to get their hands on a 16GB variant, but for the more appealing £45 per month, 24 month contract.
Both the iPhone 4 16GB and the 32GB versions are also available on Orange's Pay As You Go Scheme, with the 16GB version available for £480 and the 32GB version for £570.All the main operators have announced their intention to begin selling the iPhone 4 from 24 June, with Apple also stating that they will sell the device SIM free.
For full details on all of Orange's iPhone 4 tariffs, visit http://iphone.orange.co.uk/plans