Sharpen your elbows, iFolk: the scrum to get your hands on an iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus-owners is scheduled to start at 8am tomorrow, it has been confirmed. On EE, anyway.
After Apple announced pre-orders were due to start on September 12th, it was thought some networks could open their tills and start taking online customers’ money at 12.01am tonight.
And while some carriers might yet do exactly that, we now know that EE won’t be among them. So if you fancy being an early adopter and getting the handset on an EE monthly contract, you’ll need to set the alarm for good and early tomorrow.
Pricing is under-wraps right now. But EE has confirmed that customers who buy iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will get Wi-Fi Calling and 4G+ for no extra charge, taking advantage of the new phones’ support for super-fast Cat6 mobile internet speeds.
O2 recently announced that it’s throwing in free insurance for two years for iPhone 6S buyers on select contracts, alongside its long-standing Priority benefits scheme.
Missed this week's iPhone 6S announcement? Get up to speed with what Apple's new models offer in our bite-sized guide to the iPhone 6S.
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