The iPhone SE will be widely available from March 18, with pre-orders starting from March 11
UK customers can now pre-order the latest 5G ready iPhone SE through EE, O2, Three, Virgin and Vodafone.
EE is offering the iPhone SE on a 24 month plan with 64GB storage for £27 per month, an upfront cost of £40 and 4GB of data on an essential plan which includes Apple music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade and Apple News+ free for six months.
Customers with O2 can pre-order the SE with 64GB storage on a 36 month plan and pay £31.50 per month and an upfront cost of £10 for 20GB data.
This plan also comes with three months of Disney+ and Amazon prime for free.
Three is offering the SE with 64GB storage for £40 per month and no upfront cost on a 24 month plan with unlimited data.
New Three customers can benefit from 6 months half price for both 1GB and 4GB iPhone SE tariffs, equating to £15 a month and £17 a month for the first six months respectively based on a 24 month contract.
Virgin customers can pre-order the SE on a 36 month plan with 64GB storage for £24.50 per month, no upfront cost and 100GB data- just £5 more a month than its 2GB price.
On Vodafone’s EVO plan, the 64GB storage iPhone SE will cost £29 a month with a £19 upfront fee on a 36-month device plan and 24-month airtime plan with 2GB data.
Customers on Vodafone’s EVO plan can access unlimited picture messaging, unlimited data booster and battery refresh.
The new colour in the iPhone 13 series is also available to pre-order from these networks, with the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max adding alpine green to its range, and the standard 13 and 13 Mini adding green.