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BT Mobile has announced its pricing plans for the iPhone 7, with pre-orders now being accepted for Apple's latest flagship.

Customers eager to get their hands on either the iPhone 7 or 7 Plus can pre-order on to ensure they are among the first to get the a new handset when they go on sale on September 16th.

Prices start at £44 per month and £120 upfront for the 32GB iPhone 7, which gets you 500MB of data, 400 minutes of calls and unlimited text messages.

If 32GB of storage isn't enough - and it may not be given the new camera's ability to record video in 4K - customers can put down £240 or £290 for the 128GB and 256GB variants respectively.

For those needing more data, BT has 3GB and 15GB packages available for £44 and £54 per month respectively, with the top-tier tariff also offering unlimited minutes. Opting for either of these tariffs will also see the up-front payment for the handset decrease.

The iPhone 7 Plus carries a premium over its little brother, thanks to its larger screen and dual-lens camera. Prices for the £39 a month option that offers 500MB of data start at £240 upfront for the 32GB model, rising to £380 for the flagship 256GB variant. Of course, packages offering higher data allowances are also available with the 7 Plus.

If you're an existing BT Broadband customer you'll also be rewarded for your loyalty, as the provider is offering [£120 off a contract.] ( This equates to £5 off your bill for the duration of the 24-month contract, bringing the monthly cost down to as low as £39 per month.

The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus feature a number of changes over the 6s model, both in terms of design and specs. The physical home button has been dropped in favour of a haptic feedback system, and the front-facing camera has been uprated to produce great quality selfies. For more information on what you can expect if you choose to upgrade, [check out our roundup.] (

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