New Zealand will be the first territory to offer the second generation Apple iPhone for sale, as it is rolled out around the world on July 11.
The phone will start at $199 for a two-year plan, with three different options getting progressively more expensive.
iPhone 250MB means the biggest price for the handset, and costs $80 per month. On this plan, there's 250MB of data, 120 minutes of talktime and 600 text messages. An 8G version will cost $549 and the 16GB version a hefty $699.
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