Unlocked iPhone 3GS arrives in Mykonos
MACOLDIE has been snoozing for the past few weeks but is now established in the holiday isle of Mykonos for the next six weeks, enjoying the sun (and wind, of course) and savouring the island culture. Technology is a bit remote, perhaps as it should be, but the iPhone 3GS has finally crossed the Aegean and landed at Germanos, a sort of Greek Carphone Warehouse. Vodafone, the official iPhone agents, are totally clueless and do not expect supplies until September 1 at the earliest. A brand new white 32GB phone has been snapped up for the MacOldie household at a rather reasonable €444 ($630, £382) in return for an 18-month contract at €35 ($49, £30) which includes 100 minutes, 150 texts and 500MB of data. Experience using the old 3G model for the past twelve months shows that data usage per month is seldom more than 150MB.