EE, Orange and T-Mobile have cut the cost of owning an iPhone 5 on pay-monthly tariffs as part of a blink-and-it’s-gone offer.
EE has dropped the upfront fee for Apple’s latest flagship smartphone from £99.99 to £49.99 when you take up a contract for £36 a month over a two-year term.
This entitles you to unlimited minutes and texts, plus 500MB of mobile internet allowance per month for browsing and downloading at up to five times the speed of 3G.
Orange is also offering the iPhone 5 for £36 a month on its Works 36 tariff with a one-off charge of £49.99 (£69.99 previously). This furnishes takers with unlimited texts, minutes and 1GB of data every month.
Orange’s partner network T-Mobile, meanwhile, has confirmed a price cut on the iPhone 5 on its Full Monty plan, although at the time of writing it has yet to update its website to reflect that.
Assuming it’s still going ahead with the reduction, punters will have to pay £69.99 for the iPhone 5 as opposed to £99.99, with a monthly outlay of £36 a month, which comes with unlimited minutes and texts each and every month, as well as unlimited data.
The price drops are only available until April 30th, just days after the hotly anticipated release of the Samsung Galaxy S4, which lands on April 26th.