EE has announced its monthly pricing plans for the iPhone 7. Along with the iPhone 7 Plus and Apple Watch Series 2, the handset is available to pre-order right now.
So how much will it set you back? The entry-level 32GB model costs £49.99 upfront, though then you'll pay £50.99 a month for 24 months. That's on the 5GB 4GEE plan.
You can also nab it for £79.99 upfront, and then £55.99 a month for 24 months on the 10GB 4GEE plan.
If you choose one of the selected 4GEE Max plans (which include EE's largest amount of data) you'll be able to upgrade to the newest iPhone every year when you hand in your existing iPhone. These deals also include BT Sport for the duration of the contract, 4G browsing and the ability to use your allowance in the EU at no extra cost.
What else does EE offer? It's the only network to give customers six months of Apple Music for free, as well as access to the BT Sport app. WiFi Calling lets you make calls where you don't have reception, as long as you can get on a Wi-Fi network. EE is also rolling out Cat 9 connectivity, meaning faster download speeds.
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