EE is taking pre-orders for the recently announced iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, as we count down to the phones’ release date of 21st September.
The 64GB edition of the iPhone XS is up for grabs from £68 per month on a two-year contract, with £70 to pay up front.
That includes a monthly allowance of 4GB, as well as unlimited calls and texts. And you get 6 months’ free Apple Music and inclusive roaming in the EU, to boot.
For super heavy users, EE is also offering the same version of the phone for £83 per month with £10 upfront on one of its 4GEE Max plans. Here you get a whopping monthly usage limit of 100GB of data. And unlimited calls and texts, natch.
As with all EE Max-branded plans, the latter includes a 24-months, free subscription to the BT Sport app, 6 months’ free Apple Music and the option to use your allowances in 53 countries for no extra charge.
Apple’s top-of-the-range iPhone XS Max (64GB edition) is available for £78 per month and £70 up front. This includes 10GB of data per month, plus unlimited texts and minutes.
But if you fancy the iPhone XS Max on one of EE’s 4GEE Max plans with a 100GB allowance, you’re looking at £88 per month and a nominal £10 upfront fee.
EE has also confirmed that it will be supporting the new iPhones’ dual SIM functionality, so if you buy from them you’ll be to switch easily between networks to take advantage of better roaming rates.
Dual SIM functionality is also handy if you want to use two different numbers: one for work and one for personal use.