Date: Wednesday, August 14th, 2013, 07:52
Category: iPhone, News
If you’re over on the other side of the pond, this might be useful.
Per iMore, UK wireless carriers are about to turn on their 4G LTE networks on the same day of August 29th. O2 has released their price structure, and confirmed that the tariffs will begin at £26 per month on a SIM-only basis:
O2’s 4G SIM only packages start at £26 for 1GB of data and go up to £36 a month for 5GB of data. If customers need additional data, they will be contacted about bolt-ons, which will be available at £6 for 500MB and £10 for 1GB.
O2 is offering a minimum of 1GB of data on all their 4G LTE tariffs, but until October 31 the carrier will be offering extra data on top of the regular allowance for the duration of the contract. £27 usually gets a 3GB allowance but will be boosted to 5GB, and for £32 the 5GB limit gets increased to 8GB.
Initially iPhone owners will be out of luck, since O2’s 4G LTE is incompatible with the current UK iPhone 5. However, with an event just around the corner on September 10, and an anticipated hardware launch well before the October 31 special offer cut-off, there’s a good chance to get a deal on the next iPhone.
If you’re in the UK and can offer any feedback on this, let us know.