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Apple iPhone 3G to cost €1 in Europe

T-Mobile offers 24-month contract

T-Mobile is to sell the iPhone 3G for as little as €1 to German, Dutch and Austrian customers who sign up for one of its more expensive service plans.

People who sign a 24-month contract and opt for one of T-Mobile's two priciest plans can have Apple's 8GB iPhone 3G for just €1, according to information released by the German telecommunications company. The €1 price must be combined with either a €69 or €89 monthly plan.

Apple/O2 confirm UK iPhone 3G will be free

The brawnier 16GB iPhone 3G will also be available at reduced prices for customers who select the more expensive plans. That model will cost €39.95 or €19.95 when paired with the €69 and €89 plans, respectively.

People inking lower-priced contracts may also be eligible for iPhone 3G discounts, said T-Mobile. Although the 8GB iPhone will cost €169.95 when the buyer signs up for the lowest-priced €29 plan, the price for the phone falls to €59.95 if it's linked to a €49 monthly plan.

First look: Hands-on with the iPhone 3G

When Apple unveiled the iPhone 3G last week, it said the new faster phone would be available July 11 in 22 countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the UK and the US.

However, Orange, the mobile division of France Telecom, has posted a notice on its website that it will begin selling the iPhone 3G on July 17.


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