iPhone 4 prices around the world

Aug 13, 2010 - 10 Comments

iphone 4 world prices

If you’re in the USA you probably know the iPhone 4 price starts at $199 with a plan and $599 without contract, but did you know that the top end iPhone 4 costs nearly $1000 in much of Europe and over a grand in Italy? Yikes! At least it comes unlocked…

All the prices in the above graphic are listed in euros but with the € euro stronger than the dollar it’s not too difficult to see the high prices. Much of the price differences are due to VAT and other taxes, but it’s still interesting to see nonetheless. The best deal for iPhone 4 looks like Hong Kong, where you can pickup a base model unlocked iPhone 4 for about $650, not bad considering $600 in the USA keeps you glued to AT&T!

The graphic comes from Flickr where you can see a much larger version, thanks for sending this in Rick.


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Posted by: Paul Horowitz in iPhone


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  1. ravi says:

    why it cost so high for iphone in india
    16gb- Rs34600/-
    32gb- Rs50000/-

  2. jackal says:

    Hello guys,
    In turkey, the cheapest rate is more than 1000 Euro with voice and data plan.

  3. shahzad says:

    hi, i live in UAE so what is the price of iphone 4 if i buy from USA.

  4. dustin says:

    Iphone 4 32G $1 053,66 in South Africa!

  5. Cristhian says:

    @mark even it’s been a right of cintizen, sold only unlock phones.

    I need another country, fact!

  6. mark says:

    If you are amazed by the high prices In Italy, wait for it to be available in Brazil. And don’t expect to see an unlocked version here.

  7. JJ says:

    In Italy the carriers are like thieves, all the phones are sold overpriced end with no good contract, for example look at the difference between vodafone uk and vodafone italy.

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