iPhone X is now available to pre-order from all MNOs ahead of release on November 3
The iPhone X is now available to pre-order ahead of its release date (Nov 3) from all major operators and some MVNOs.
It will cost prepaid customers £699 for the 64GB version, £849 for 256GB. Colour ways available include silver and space grey from all MNOs, Carphone Warehouse will stock the gold variant.
On O2 the iPhone X 64GB will start at £77 per month with (£29.99 upfront). The deal comes with unlimited text and calls and 20GB of data. Existing customers upgrading will receive an extra 10GB of data.
EE offers the iPhone X 64GB on its 4GEE Max plan for £72.99 per month (£99.99 upfront) with 15GB of data.
EE is introducing a special offer of 100GB of data, customers will only pay for 25GB and will also receive a free pair of ‘Beats X’ headphones (£129.95). This deal will cost £82.99 per month with a (£9.99 upfront).
Vodafone plan for customer who orders the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus or iPhone X by (Dec 20) on a 16GB plan or above will receive 10GB of extra data each month.
In addition, customers ordering their new iPhone will also get an extended 24-month warranty at no extra cost. The offer of 16GB of data with unlimited minutes and text will cost £68 per month with (£150 upfront).
Three recommends 12GB of data, unlimited minutes and text all for £68 per month (£79 upfront). The ‘Advanced Plan’ brings roaming in 60 destinations and free data use on Netflix and Deezer, among a few.
MVNO Sky is offering the iPhone X at £42 per month with unlimited text and calls and 500MB of data.
Sky Mobile customers choosing one of the iPhones will also benefit from Sky Mobile’s Mix, Roll, Sync and Save features, including Sky’s latest launched 10GB plan.