Vodafone has announced its pricing for iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, for both new and upgrading customers. And there are some great perks up for grabs if you get in early.
If you get a plan with a monthly allowance of at least 16GB, Vodafone will chuck in an extra 10GB per month for no extra cost. And they’ll double that to 20GB if you buy the Apple Watch on the same day.
All you need to do is sign up before 19th December to take advantage of the offer.
So if you sign up for a £66 a month contract plus £29 upfront for the standard iPhone XS, you’d ordinarily get you a monthly allowance of 16GB. But if you get it before 19th December, Vodafone will give you 26GB a month for the same price. Or a whopping 36GB if you get the new Apple Watch at the same time.
As if this wasn’t good enough, you can get an extra £10 a month knocked off your bill if you trade in your old iPhone 7 or 7 Plus when you sign up. So you’ll get the new iPhone XS with 26GB of data for £56 a month, plus £29 upfront.
Or, if 26GB a month isn’t enough for you, you can get 42GB for the price of 32GB on Vodafone’s Red Entertainment bundle. This’ll set you back £73 a month, or £63 a month if you trade in your old iPhone 7 or 7 Plus, plus the upfront fee of £29.
A Vodafone Red Entertainment plan comes with a free subscription to either Amazon Prime Video, Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile TV or a NOW TV Entertainment pass. If you already subscribe to streaming services, you’ll know that this could end up saving you a couple of hundred pounds over the course of the 2-year contract.
Not all of us want huge amounts of data and costly benefits though. But if you’re in need of a more modest package, Vodafone’s pricing starts at £54 per month with a £199 upfront fee for 1GB of data for the XS and £58 for the XS Max with a £269 upfront cost.
If you put memory as a higher priority, there’s the 256GB XS model starting from £58 a month with £299 upfront, or £64 a month with £499 upfront for the XS Max.
Or if you want the absolutely huge 512GB model, prices start from £64 a month with £499 upfront for the XS and £64 a month with £549 upfront for the XS Max.