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Virgin Mobile lets loose iPhone 4 plans

More budget/value positioned plans

| Mobile Devices News | Posted: Jul 29, 2010 10:18 am

With all the major players having already unveiled full details on their upcoming iPhone 4 plans this week including Telstra, Optus, Vodafone and 3, now Virgin Mobile comes forward with what they have to offer the masses come launch only hours away from now.

 

You can nab an iPhone 4 from Virgin Mobile on one of its Easy Cap plans which are more about voice and text value, or on a Smart Cap plan that's more oriented towards heavier data users.

 

The entry level Easy Cap plan associated with the new handset release will set you back just $29 per month and gives 100MB of data + $190 worth of voice and text. If you want the 16GB iPhone 4 on this plan you'll pay an additional $15 per month, whilst the 32GB model will be an extra $35 per month. These plans involve signing a 24 month contract.

 

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The top notch Easy Cap plan is $49 a month and gives you 500MB of data + $450 per month worth of voice/text. The additional costs on top for the 16GB and 32GB iPhone 4s with this plan is $5 and $20, respectively.

 

Focusing on the more data friendly Smart Cap plans, Virgin is doing a $59 a month one which gives 2.5GB of data and $450 worth of call credit. You also don't have to pay anything extra for the 16GB iPhone on this plan, but if it's the 32GB one you're after you'll still need to cough up an extra $18 per month.

 

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