The iPhone X is finally available to pre-order on EE today, ending weeks of waiting for the Apple faithful.
The handset, which isn’t set to land on shop shelves until 3rd November, is up for grabs on some time-limited promotions aimed at early birds.
One such gets you the iPhone X (64GB edition) on a 4G EE Max plan with a monthly data allowance of 100GB for £82.99 per month and £9.99 upfront.
Ordinarily the same monthly outlay would get a comparatively meagre allowance of 25GB per month.
EE is also touting an identical 4G EE Max plan for the 256GB edition of the iPhone X.
Priced £87.99 per month and £39.99 upfront, this once again bags you a 100GB per month for the price of 25GB.
Both deals entitle you to take advantage of EE’s Annual Upgrade scheme, in the event that you’re ready to trade-up to the next-generation iPhone or another handset next year.
EE is also throwing in a free pair of Beats X headphones (normally priced £129.99) on all 40GB 4G EE Max plans or above.
Given the sheer volume of demand for the iPhone X, it’s not clear how long you’ll have to hang around to get your hands on it.
But with an all-screen front, wireless charging, facial scanning security and a host of other features, it promises to well worth the wait.