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EE adds 8GB iPhone 5C to its range of 4G handsets
Tuesday 18 March 2014 18:04:10 by Andrew Ferguson

Mobile phone handsets are one of the more expensive things we all buy, and the new 8GB iPhone 5C which retails at £429 has created a new price point for owning an iPhone.

EE has added the new iPhone 5C to its shop, with the 8GB version available for an up front cost of £99 and a 24 month plan with a monthly rental of £18.99. 500 MB of data usage, unlimited texts and 1000 minutes of calls are also included.

The 16GB version which retails for £469 as an unlocked handset is available on the same tariff, but the upfront cost for the phone is £199.99.

8GB of storage may feel limiting to many, but for those who do not store lots of music or films and have a limited level of addiction to mobile phone games it may still prove adequate.


Posted by Kr1s69 over 3 years ago
Not a bad deal for the 8GB model, but £100 extra for the 16GB is too much. Apple's retail price difference between them is only £40.
Posted by leexgx over 3 years ago
you got to tweak each plan on EE web site to get the right price as they (i assume you would not pay more then £50 for the phone, also on upgrades the phone fee is typically wavered)
cant see the Point in the 500mb plan you could wipe that out very fast
8gb £23.99 (£49.99) 2gb data
8gb £26.99 (£49.99) 4gb data
16gb £29.99 (£59.99) 2gb data
16gb £32.99 (£59.99) 4gb data
Posted by leexgx over 3 years ago
to bad phone insurance with ee is to high now £12 a month + £50 claim (was £5 and £10 before)
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