O2 increases bundled call and text allowances for UK iPhones

O2 iphoneLink: O2 iPhone Tariffs for Existing Customers via TUAW

O2 have announced that they’re changing iPhone tariffs, bringing them in line with their recently-revised standard offerings (making them a bit more competitive):

  • £35 per month customers now get 600 anytime minutes (up from 200) and 500 anytime texts a month (up from 200).
  • £45 per month customers now get 1,200 anytime minutes (up from 600) and 500 anytime texts a month (unchanged).
  • £55 per month customers are switched by default to the new £45 tariff which now gives higher allowances than the £55 tariff did previously, but you can request bigger bundles.

The changes will happen between February and March for existing customers and will be available from the 1st Feb for new customers.

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