EE has announced pricing and pre-order details for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, as the gun fires on the sales scrum that accompanies every major iPhone release.
EE is offering the 64GB edition of the iPhone 8 on a range of 4GEE Max plans. But perhaps the pick is priced £57.99 per month and £49.99 per month for 8GB of data and unlimited calls and texts.
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Prefer the iPhone 8 Plus (64GB)? You can get the same allowances for an extra £5 per month.
Both plans entitle you to a free 24-month subscription to BT Sport on your mobile device, as well EE’s superfast 4G service.
You can use your UK allowances in the EU, as well as USA, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and Australia for no extra charge. And EE is throwing in a six-month subscription to Apple Music to sweeten the deal a bit more.
EE is also offering a deluxe deal that includes 100GB for the price of 25GB for £67.99 per month. Natch, you get unlimited calls and data. And you get the option to upgrade to a new phone every year with EE’s Annual Upgrade scheme.
News of EE’s iPhone 8 offering comes after it was announced they’re the sole UK network to offer the Apple Watch Series 3.