Just a couple of days ago we took a look at the latest iPhone X prices but you guys, quite rightly, said that they were quite a lot of money.
Now, we did find some deals for around £50 per month but, even though this was relatively cheap for such a phone, it would only get you 500MB of monthly data, and that’s just not enough really, is it?
So, after drinking way too much coffee this morning, I scoured the offers again and I’ve come up with the following. Hopefully this time we’ve struck the best balance between an up-front payment (I did try to keep that below £200, as you could possibly sell your old phone to fund that chunk), the monthly charge and having a proper amount of data.
These are all for the iPhone X 64GB variant. The cheapest one we’ve got for you first is with O2 and is “only” £51 every month. You’ll need £170 as an upfront payment for this one, then you get 5GB of data plus unlimited texts and unlimited minutes. Head to their product page for the details.
Next up, and for just £1 more per month you can go with this Vodafone offer. For your £52 per month you get a massive 26GB of monthly data allowance, unlimited texts and unlimited minutes. OK… I’ll be honest, we busted our own “£200 upfront limit” on this one, and you will need to fork out £299.99 upfront but… HEY LOOK! A RAINBOW!!
Still with Vodafone and, for £56 per month you can get that up-front cost down to £175. It’s the same deal (26GB data and unlimited everything else) but you take less of a hit upfront.
Now, to save my fingers, I’ll just point out that everything I’m going to mention comes with unlimited texts and calls. Just take that as a given. You’re going to be paying over £50 per month, so unlimited calls and texts is the least you can expect really.
Anyhow… first a couple of more expensive ones. This EE deal. £67.99 per month with those guys and £129 upfront. 25GB of data on that. You can also go for this other EE offer which gets you 20GB data for £150 upfront and £62.99 every month.
O2 also have three offers we’ve not mentioned yet. There’s a 10GB data deal for £55 per month and £170 upfront, a 20GB data offering for £56 per month and £190 upfront plus, finally, another 10GB deal, but this is a bit less upfront (£160) and £1 more per month (£56) than the one I mentioned just now.
Right, now time for another coffee… just one more.. just one more…