New handsets announced today will be available on the swap plans
The UK’s four biggest network operators have confirmed ranging of Apple’s latest handsets the iPhone Xs, Xs Max and Xr.
Pre-orders for the Xs and Xs Max will open tomorrow (Sep 14) with general release on September 21, while pre-orders for the Xr will open on October 19 and shipping begins October 26. There are three colour available silver, space grey and black.
Prices on EE start from £68 per month with a £370 upfront charge on an ‘Essential Plan’ that comes with 4GB data, unlimited calls and text. Vodafone is charging £54 per month with £199 upfront with 1GB data bolted on (unlimited calls and text).
With O2 on a 36-month contract, for £52.56 per month and £99.99 upfront customers can grab the iPhone Xs with 2GB data, unlimited calls and text. Three offers the iPhone Xs with 500MB data, 300 minutes, unlimited texts for £42 per month and £250 upfront.
Carphone Warehouse and major MVNOs are also lining up to take the three onboard such as Sky Mobile, BT and Virgin.
Sky Mobile monthly prices for the 64GB Xs start from £43 per month (£37 for iPhone and £6 for airtime) which includes 1GB of data, unlimited calls and text on its upgrade Swap24 scheme.
BT Mobile customers can grab the phone for £70 per month, £25 up front, that comes with 15GB of data for the entry plan for Apple’s latest and greatest. Free BT Sports is included.