will begin selling
iPhone on Jan. 14 in the United Kingdom.
Vodafone is a bit late to the game since the iPhone already is sold in the U.K. by Orange, which is owned by
"We started preparing our network over a year ago so that iPhone customers will really feel the advantage of being with Vodafone," said Guy Laurence, CEO of Vodafone UK, in a statement on the company's Web site."We will offer an outstanding iPhone experience wherever our customers live, work and travel, delivering speed and reliability -- something our customers have told us they really value."
The cheapest contract will cost 30 pounds ($48.37) a month for 24 months.in the U.K. on the networks of Telefonica's O2 and France Telecom's Orange.
-- Reported by Joseph Woelfel in New York.
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