The iPhone X launched in November and has been selling fast, with Apple often struggling to keep up with demand. But you can buy the iPhone X from most of the usual suspects in the UK now, with quick delivery or same-day pickup. Here, we talk you through the best places to buy and where to get the best contract deals.
How much is the iPhone X?
It’s the thousand pound iPhone – £999 for 64GB storage or £1,149 for 256GB.
Where can you buy the iPhone X?
As said, Apple is the obvious go-to but it does mean spending at least £999. Ouch.
You may well want to spread the cost over a two-year contract. Contracts range from around £60 – £80 per month, and even then you may be waiting a month or so until it’s in stock. Check out your options below.
O2 is a good option if you are on its O2 Refresh programme. If not, prices start at £77 per month and £29.99 upfront.
Three’s iPhone X contracts start at £57 per month with a £99 upfront cost.
EE’s prices start at £62.99 with a big upfront cost and go all the way up to £87.99, but that gets you an insane 60GB data.
If you can stump up £299 upfront, then £56 a month with Vodafone is a decent deal.
MPD has some excellent prices that are well worth checking out, including 40GB of data for £62 per month with no upfront cost.
Mobiles.co.uk also has some brilliant iPhone X deals, including £185 upfront and just £49 per month with 10GB data.
Sky Mobile have the best prices, but there’s a catch. For £37 per month you can get the iPhone X, but on a 30 month loan period – meaning you won’t actually own the phone at the end of it.
Read the small print carefully, but it’s a good way to have a phone for two years for less money.
iPhone X price comparison
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