We already knew that Vodafone would be selling the iPhone in the UK in early 2010, but what most people didn’t know is how early the carrier would be selling it. Reports have filtered in that the magical date will be set for January 14th 2010, which is less than a month away. Vodafone has also been preparing its network for the inevitable additional demand of data that iPhone users will use. The pricing offered by Vodafone seems to more or less match similar offerings from O2 and Orange. One thing users will want to take note is that data usage for both consumer and business contracts will be capped at 1GB a month and you’ll be able to get tethering with plans from £5 a month.
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