Orange revealed that the iPhone 3G and 3GS will be arriving in their lineup of handsets for folks living in the UK before the year is over after coming to an agreement with Apple to supply both iPhones via a variety of Orange’s retail channels. This makes Orange the second supplier of iPhones, with O2 being the sole UK supplier ever since the iPhone rolled out. There is no word on pricing from Orange just yet, but chances are it won’t stray too far from O2′s pricing structure – which basically means you’ll still need to sell that arm and a leg if you want to switch carriers.
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