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iPhone finally coming to Ireland

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 28 Feb 2008 16:54 User comments (5)

iPhone finally coming to Ireland The mobile phone carrier O2 has announced that it will be the exclusive carrier for the popular Apple iPhone in Ireland following its successful launch in the UK last year.
The official debut for the device in Ireland is slated for March 14th. The device will sell in O2's retail stores and also through "Carphone Warehouse" retail stores. The smaller capacity 8GB model of the iPhone will sell for 399 including VAT. The larger capacity 16GB model will retail for 499 including VAT. Obviously the device will work with both Macs and PCs.

The different service plans will be available from O2, with the cheapest beginning at 45. Each plan will have anytime minutes, text messaging and a 1GB data bundle at least.

More details when they become available.

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5 user comments

128.2.2008 17:25

remember the last time an electronic made it to ireland???
fanjitia got his little paws all over it and turned it into something incredible (psp) .... maybe another Irish chap will do the same?

228.2.2008 19:25

uh, just to let you know the iPhone has already been hacked, no Irish needed for this one lol(no offense)


This message has been edited since its posting. Latest edit was made on 28 Feb 2008 @ 19:26

329.2.2008 15:57


47.3.2008 20:06

Originally posted by vinny13:

canada what its already here in canada

520.4.2008 17:42

I want this to come to OZ. I am tired of seeing this everywhere else. I should have got one when i was in the middle east. The only reason i was not getting one it would have cost me $A1500 and that is an unlocked apple iphone that has all the software u can use with no dramas. What was i thinking not getting one.

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