If you, like me, have anticipated the iPhone for some months, and been hugely disappointed by the filthy cost of the Vodafone pricing, there is a panacea.
Simply don't buy one.
Sure you can vote on a web-based opinion poll, but this is likely to go unheard. If you want to speak and be noticed, simply speak with your wallet ... by keeping it closed.
If the anticipated iPhone 3G is anything like what happened with the premiere release, Apple will most likely announce a 32GB version in the coming few months, supplying missing features like increased storage, video and MMS capabilities, and do the same as it did last time, leaving consumers clamouring for a rebate voucher, and a handset with the expected features.
It is not forseeable for such a huge price reduction this time, but consumers have bouyed themselves for increased features, particularly the glaringly missing larger capacity storage.
The filthy price of the iPhone, a pseudo gimmicky business device at best, will be staying in store for now, and certainly not on my fixed assets register or credit card statement.
Again, Speak with your wallet if you want change.