O2, the iPhone carrier in the UK, no longer has the exclusivity to sell the iPhone in the UK. Yesterday, we reported you about another carrier that’s going to sell the iPhone in the UK; Orange. Today, Vodafone joined the club as well. Both carriers started negotiating with Apple almost a year ago.It seems the Vodafone deal was signed yesterday.
Vodafone thought they would loose hundreds of thousands of customers if the they didn’t get a deal. Market analyst, Steven Hartley, expects a price was between the carriers. The monthly prices could go down with £4 or £5. Orange will sell the iPhone for less money then O2 does. Virgin Mobile also wants to sell the iPhone.