What’s The Cheapest Way To Get An IPhone 5?

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The iPhone 5 deals is the new big thing, and so it should be. It’s sleek, sexy, fast and very addictive. But it also comes at a price, and a pretty hefty one at that. The cheapest way to get an¬†cheapest iphone 5 is really going to depend on which mobile phone service provider you decide to sign a contract with. Fortunately, here in the UK there are a lot of mobile companies to choose from, so there should be an option for everyone. We’re listing the best offer from each of the big companies in order of price. But remember that price isn’t everything, you also need to make sure that the elements of the plan, such as how many calling minutes there are, matches up to your needs…cheapest iphone…..

  • GiffGaff

GiffGaff is how you get a PAYG iPhone, which might not be for everyone, but it is the cheapest option. Paying Apple’s standard price of ¬£529 for a hand set, you then sign on with GiffGaff’s rolling monthly contract, which contains 250 calling minutes, unlimited texting and 1 GB of data for a price of ¬£10. This adds up to a total of ¬£769 over two years (the standard contract length for traditional phone contracts).

  • O2

O2 has a twenty four month contract that contains unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 1 GB of data usage with an upfront payment of ¬£299.99 for ¬£26 per month. That’s a total of ¬£854 over the course of the two year contract.

  • Tesco Mobile

Tesco’s two year contract has 1500 calling minutes, 5000 text messages and 1 GB of data usage with an upfront payment of ¬£300 for ¬£25 per month. That comes to a grand total of ¬£900 over the twenty four month contract.

  • Three

Another two year contract, but this time with a much lower up front cost. The Three contract contains 500 calling minutes, 5000 text messages and unlimited data, with an upfront cost of just ¬£99, for a monthly fee of ¬£34. That’s a total of ¬£915 over the course of the contract.

  • T-Mobile

T-Mobile’s offering is a two year contract containing 300 minutes, unlimited text messaging and 750 MB of data usage, with an upfront fee of ¬£179 and a monthly payment of ¬£31. The two year total of that is ¬£923.

  • Vodafone

Vodafone comes out sixth in the list with a twenty four month contract that includes 600 calling minutes, unlimited text messaging and 500 MB of data usage with an upfront fee of £149 and monthly payments of £33. Over the course of the contract that adds up to £941.

  • Orange

And last on the list is Orange. Their two year contract offers unlimited calling minutes and unlimited text messaging as well as 1 GB of internet data usage, with an upfront payment of £99.99 and monthly fees of £36. That all adds up to £964 over the course of twenty four months.

Phil Turner is thinking of getting a PAYG iPhone and is busy researching all his network options

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