Best UK iPhone deal yet – Vodafone £35 per month – free iPhone!

Perhaps the best iPhone 4 contract deal to appear in the UK yet has been released today by Vodafone.

How about a brand new Apple iPhone 4 for free (reduced from £99) with just a £35 per month contract. Get the £35 Vodaphone iPhone 4 deal, just click the link (it is the top offer).

Some more details on the deal as follows:

  • Free Apple iPhone 4 @ £35 a Month on Vodafone
  • 600 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 500 Mb Data
  • Available in Black or White

This really is the cheapest iPhone 4 contract deal you will find.

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Free white iPhone Finally Here in the UK

The free white iPhone has finally made an appearance in UK retail stores. Both 3 (three) and Vodsfone’s bricks and mortar and online stores has the new white iPhone available for free on selected price plans. With no up front cotst, the monthly payments are around £45 over a two year contract.

It’s good to see the white iPhone finally becoming a reality. We’ll keep you updated as more deals hit the streets over the coming weeks.

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Free iPhone 4 bumpers to all owners!

In a budget concious decision, Apple are to offer owners of the troubled iPhone 4 a free rubber “bumper” as a fix for the reception problems.

Apple CEO Steve Jobs said the problem had affected only a small batch of phones, stating that it was caused by an inherent problem with smart-phones. At least he admitted that Apple were not perfect.

All iPhone owners will be offered the free dumpers, with those who have already purchased being offered a cash refund. Apple have said that it cannot make enough free iPhone 4 bumpers to satisfy demand, but will keep the offer open until September.

It was also revealed that Apple has sold 3m iPhone 4 units since launch. That figure indicates that the rate of sales has slowed dramatically as 1.7m were sold in the first three days, possible caused by the widespread reports of reception problems. He also insisted that customer satisfaction was higher than with previous versions with a return rate of just 1.7% compared to 6% for the previous model, the iPhone 3GS which was released last summer.

Jobs admitted that there had been complaints about the phone losing signal when held by the left and bottom sides, but claimed that such issues were natural for any phone, especially smart-phones. The issue surrounds the body’s tendency to absorb the signal from the antena.

Apple’s share price fell by 4% on Tuesday night, knocking $9.9bn (£6.5bn) off the company’s value of $230bn as speculation grew that the iPhone 4 might have to be the subject of a recall. Apple’s stock rebounded as Jobs began speaking and it became clear that a recall wouldn’t re required.

In an earlier response to the issue, Apple said that it had made a “simple and surprising” error in the software that displayed the strength of the signal, and issued a software update on Thursday which changes how many bars are displayed when the signal becomes weaker. Clearly the issue has gotten too big and too widely reported for the software “fix” alone to rectify the problem.

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