Sky Mobile has revealed its price plans for the iPhone X. Apple’s tenth anniversary smartphone is available on the network’s Swap12 and Swap24 plans, meaning users can upgrade or see their monthly bill drop at the end of their contract.
Those happy to have a standard, two year contract can pick up the iPhone X on Sky’s Swap24 deal, with no upfront fee and the monthly cost of a contract falling after the price of the phone has been paid off after 24 months.
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£42 a month will score users 500MB of data, with unlimited calls and texts for Sky TV customers. Non–Sky customers will be charged for calls and texts as they use them.
1GB of data costs £47 a month, with 5GB coming in at £52 a month and 10GB costing £57 a month. For each of these deals, Sky TV customers are again able to get calls and texts at no extra cost, with non–Sky customers paying as they go.
For those who want a new iPhone after just a year, Sky’s Swap12 plans allow users to pay more and upgrade sooner for a £99 up front fee.
Contracts cost £54 a month for 500MB data, £59 for 1GB, £64 for 5GB and £69 for 10GB. All of these deals offer free calls and texts to Sky TV customers.
Everyone who buys an iPhone X via Sky Mobile benefits from the ability to roll over unused data from one month to the next, change data plans depending on their needs and sync Sky+ recordings so they can watch shows on–the–go.