“With less than a week to go before the launch of the iPhone 3G, we thought we’d be able to compile a list of iPhone prices for the 20 countries where the new version or Apple’s phone will be making its debut on the 11th. But surprisingly, six operators still haven’t announced any pricing,” Iljitsch van Beijnum reports for Ars Technica.
“The pricing diversity around the world—or even within Europe—is staggering: you can pay anywhere from $94 to $377 for an 8GB iPhone 3G and between $24 and $128 for plans that may only have a (few) hundred MB worth of data or are “unlimited.” Denmark isn’t as bad as it looks, because the minimum contract is only six months and prices drop by a third if you stay after that. The Netherlands is pretty good, especially considering that you can have your iPhone unlocked for free after 12 months,” van Beijnum reports.
See the pricing chart in the full article here.