EE has announced contract price points for the iPhone 5s, as the tech world counts down to its official street date next Friday.
The 4G carrier is offering the handset in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB flavours on a range of plans over 24-month contract terms, all of which feature upfront fees.
Perhaps the most attractive is priced £41 per month, plus a one-off charge of £99. That gets you the 16GB edition of the iPhone 5s, as well as unlimited calls and texts and 2GB of mobile data usage per month.
Pick up the entry-level edition of the handset on EE’s plan with the most generous data allowance (a whopping 10GB per month) and you’ll pay £46 per month and £49.99 upfront.
The handset goes on sale on September 20th. Unlike its lower-cost stablemate, the iPhone 5c, which drops the same date, the 5s is not available to pre-order.
Pippa Dunn, Chief Marketing Officer at EE, said: "As the UK’s biggest and fastest network, we’re delighted to offer iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c to customers on our superfast 4GEE service and our Orange and T-Mobile plans.
"iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are packed with great features which when combined with our double speed 4G network, allows customers to make the very most from their mobile experience."
Unveiled last week, the 5s’s USPs take in biometric technology embedded in the home button, an improved eight-megapixel iSight camera and more processing brawn courtesy of an A7 processor.