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Reports: Vodafone iPhone 4 to cost £189

Handset expected to cost £189 on cheapest tariff

According to reports Vodafone is the first UK mobile network to announce pricing for the iPhone 4.

According to rumours on the web, Brits can get their hands on the 16GB version on the cheapest monthly 18 or 24 month tariff for a one-off fee of £189. Is is thought the cheapest tariff will cost £20 per month. The 32GB version is expected to cost £280 on the same contract.

The handset is only likely to be available free on the £45 per month contract. However, Vodafone told PC Advisor that it would not confirm the pricing, at the time of writing.

The mobile network says anyone that pre-orders by midnight on June 22 will receive the handset on June 24.

Apple's latest smartphone was unveiled by Steve Jobs last week week at the company's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).

The new handset, which features an all-new design, has "well over 100 new features" including an HD screen, video calling, a gyroscope, a new iMovie app and countless other upgrades.

O2, Orange, 3 and T-Mobile will also be stocking the iPhone 4 in the UK. However, while O2 has unveiled tariff charges, it has not said how much the handset itself will cost.

Orange, 3 and T-Mobile have yet to reveal pricing details.

Check out the latest up-to-date information on iPhone 4 pricing and networks.

See also: O2 unveils iPhone 4 early upgrade offer

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