O2 will deliver the iPhone 3G for free to the U.K. The plans are fairly reasonable at £45 for the 8GB and £75 for the 16GB. Although, £35 monthly for an extra 8GB of storage seem a little exorbitant. For Germany, T-Mobile has a one-Euro plan, whch will set back Germans 89 euros each a month.
I wonder whether O2 isn't pricing the 16GB iPhone 3G too high with the £75 bundle? Sometimes these contracts bundled with the iPhone don't make much sense. Take the Rogers 3-year sign-up. Being the only GSM provider in Canada, what difference does it make if it was for 3 years, 2 years or a year?