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Maybe our circadian clock is completely busted, but six months does not \"shortly\" make. If you'll recall (we're asking a lot here, we know), O2 briefly led us on to believe that a prepaid iPhone 3G was just around the corner, and it has taken a full half year to finally see that come to fruition. A

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We couldn't deny that the ASUS-built O2 Xda Zest was a real, live, breathing mobile, but at long last the carrier has made the phone available for purchase. Hailed as the first O2 Xda to be offered on a Pay&Go prepaid plan (as well as a traditional postpaid plan), the Windows Mobile 6.1-based un

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It's a far cry from free, so just how badly do you want to avoid that postpaid contract? O2 had posted pricing for the iPhone 3G when purchased through its Pay & Go prepaid program, showing £300 (about $591) for the 8 gigger and a brutal £360 (about $709) for the 16, though the info

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*8GB iPhone 3G on £45 and £75 monthly tariffs. £99 on O2's £35 tariff and new £30 tariff. All tariffs include unlimited WiFi, Visual Voicemail, and reduced international roaming under an 18-month contract. Heh, not exactly free but still not bad. Certainly better than t

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