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BT broadband customers are being offered the chance to snap up an iPhone 6S at a reduced price for a limited period.

Existing customers have until the end of today (September 1st) to take advantage of these deals, including one that costs £100 upfront and £15 a month for three months, before going up to a monthly fee of £30.

The package includes 500MB of data, as well as 400 minutes and unlimited texts, while the price already includes a £5 a month broadband discount.

Alternatively, existing BT broadband customers have the option of paying £20 upfront and £17.50 a month for three months, followed by monthly charges of £35.

This allows them 3GB of data, 1,000 minutes and unlimited texts, with the price again including the £5 a month discount on broadband.

The iPhone 6S boasts a 4.7-inch Retina HD display with 3D Touch, 7000 Series aluminium and stronger cover glass. 

In addition, it contains an A9 chip with 64-bit desktop-class architecture, a 12MP iSight camera with Live Photos, Touch ID, faster 4G LTE and Wi-Fi, as well as iCloud, iOS 9 and a long battery life.

BT is also running promotions for Samsung phones that end today, including one that sees prices for a Galaxy A5 and Galaxy S7 halved for three months.

The company states that these devices give users the "combined power of fast 4G and unlimited access to over five million BT Wi-Fi hotspots". 

When the £5 discount each month for existing BT broadband customers is factored in, it means savings of up to £120 are available on its 24-month smartphone plans.

This comes after BT confirmed it is working with Nokia to develop future applications of 5G technologies, which they hope will lead to a rollout of ultrafast mobile broadband and new Internet of Things-based technology.


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