O2, Orange and Vodafone confirm iPhone 4 plans

But no word on tariffs

iPhone networks confirm plans to sell new blower, but none come clean on how much it'll cost.

O2, Orange and Vodafone have all come clean about their plans to sell the iPhone 4. With Carphone Warehouse already starting its registration process, the networks have been quick out of the blocks to confirm they’ll have Apple’s new wonder phone good-to-go on 24 June.

However, none of them have said how much the iPhone 4 will cost on these shores. The 16GB model is due to start at $199 Stateside, with the 32GB going for $299. That should mean around £150 for the slimmed down version and £250 for the bulkier one, going by current exchange rates.

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Vodafone and O2 are both offering pre-registration, while Orange is telling punters to check back for availability. Whether any of them will offer the same deal as AT&T in the States, which will let you get an iPhone 4 now as long as your contract expires in 2010, remains to be seen.

O2, however, have confirmed that they will allow customers still tied down to a current contract to enjoy the iPhone 4's next generation of delights by offering a limited time special upgrade offer. Although full details are still unclear, an announcement is expected in the coming days. Intrigued, we are.

Apple says pre-orders will open on 15 June, a week today. Fingers crossed we get an idea about prices well ahead of the weekend.

Links: O2, Orange and Vodafone