A few days ago, we published in Apple the news of a possible agreement between companies to market a free version of the iPhone . Thanks to our colleagues at Xataka, we can now give you a preview of the data that will be officially announced tomorrow in Valencia:
First of all, the agreement is with the company Visto and not with Apple , which leads us to say that we do not know what will happen in Spain with this agreement . The “free” iPhone, which we can buy for 339 euros and to which we can insert any SIM card, is subject to a Vodafone tariff.
This plan will allow us to pay two fees: 15 euros for 150 Mb of data per month or 32 euros for “unlimited” data traffic (if we reach the Gb of data, we suffer a decrease in speed). However, as the iPhone will still not have 3G technology , the limit is not expected to be low.
This can be a good alternative for those who want an iPhone without having to tie themselves to a tyrannical contract of permanence like AT&T’s but have some aversion to releasing it, mostly because the price is quite reasonable.