Apple’s iPhone: How much will it cost outside the US?

January 15, 2007 by poeloq | 2 Comments
Filed Under Cellphones, Portable Audio, Portable Video, Wireless

iPhoneUnless something big happens, Apple’s might already be the gadget of the year 2007 in many peoples opinion. But at what will this beauty of a multimedia-centre turned phone going to set back consumers?

As Apple announced it will be distributed in the US by Cingular at a price of 499$US (4GB) and 599$ (8GB), each with a two year contract. The price difference in the US between subsidized and non-subsidized phones is slightly to greatly less than in Europe. A few days ago Amazon in Germany started accepting pre-orders for the iPhone, costing 899Euro (4GB) and 999Euro (8GB). Amazon in the UK are not offering pre-ordering or a price yet, but have a listing offering to e-mail when it becomes available, whereas Amazon in France, Canada, Japan and China don’t know about the iPhone at all yet. But I guess the Amazon Germany price of 999Euro for the 8GB is probably going to be what you are looking at if you don’t want or can’t get a subsidized version from a service provider.

Of course, TurboGadgets will keep you updated on all the latest price and other news regarding the iPhone!




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  1. sam on December 10, 2007 1:47 am

    how much are they in australia?
    iphones that is

  2. sam on December 10, 2007 1:48 am

    haha and how long until they come out in australia/tasmania

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