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Phones 4u has slashed the upfront price of the iPhone 5, now ranging the handset gratis on a range of contract deals.

The retailer is currently offering Apple’s latest flagship smartphone free on Orange’s Works 31 and Panther 31 tariffs for just £31 a month on a two-year term.

The former endows takers with unlimited minutes and texts, plus 500MB of mobile internet. The latter provides a less enticing 400 minutes a month, but still comes with unlimited texts and ups the data allowance to 750MB.

Both offers are web exclusives, so you can only take advantage of them by ordering online.

If you’re not too keen on joining Orange, you can also pick up the iPhone 5 free on Vodafone for £33 a month. This gets you 600 minutes and unlimited texts, along with 500MB data and 2GB of Wi-Fi per month.

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Launched in September last year, the iPhone 5 is home to a four-inch Retina Display with a pin-sharp 326 ppi density, an eight-megapixel camera with an improved iSight lens that offers even better low-light performance and the new A6 processor that’s twice as fast as its predecessor but still consumes less power.

Phones 4u’s price cuts for the iPhone 5 come ahead of the imminent launch of the Samsung Galaxy S4.

Samsung’s fourth-generation kit lands on April 26th and is expected to be one of most sought-after handsets at release with record-smashing pre-order demand reported by the retailer.


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