giffgaff has revealed its price plans for the new iPhone X. The new Apple smartphone is officially on sale today almost two months after it was first launched.
The budget network says that customers can snag an iPhone X for £100 up front, paying £44.63 a month for a 64GB model and £52.07 for a 256GB edition.
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The device is also available to buy outright from giffgaff, costing £999 for the 64GB version and £1,149 for 256GB. This is reflective of Apple's own SIM–free prices.
giffgaff says that none of its iPhone X deals are eligible for its goodybag offer, meaning if you're after extras to go with your new smartphone, then this may not be the deal for you.
The network has yet to fully unveil how many calls, texts and data customers will receive.
The iPhone X promises to be Apple's biggest hit yet, with consumers seemingly happy to pay the premium price tag for the tenth anniversary Apple smartphone.
The device comes with Face ID, a beefed up dual lens camera and new design that does away with the home button.