Orange UK has published the prices and tariffs it will offer new iPhone customers when it makes the device available in the UK on November 10.

Expectation the carrier would spark a price war with iPhone incumbent, O2, seem dashed by the initial offering, which also includes options for Pay-as-you-go and/or business customers.

A number of Orange stores will celebrate the arrival of the iPhone with early opening at 7 am on 10 November. The company has seen more than a quarter of a million customers register their interest on our website.

Competition in the UK market is however set to intensify, with Vodafone expected to offer the device from next year, when the UK’s smallest carrier, 3, has also said it expects to begin offering Apple’s device.

More information on Orange iPhone pricing here.

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