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Is this a good deal for iPhone 7?

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Being offered a 7 128GB 12 month contract for £57 a month and £100 upfront cost. Unlimited calls and texts + 8GB data and 180 mins INT'L calls. Worth biting? Read More
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9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
Being offered a 7 128GB 12 month contract for £57 a month and £100 upfront cost. Unlimited calls and texts + 8GB data and 180 mins INT'L calls.

Worth biting?
alpha40 Avatar
9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
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#1
no way thats way to overpriced
#2
your paying £1468
#3
actually nvm seems good tbh for a 12 month
would be better if it had no upfront thought it was a 24 month contract
#4
It's a 12 month contract to confirm, hence the higher price but means I can sell and upgrade next year if the rumoured iPhone 8 overhaul does happen
#5
Good deal , Where from?
#8
your best bet is to do the apple interest free finance over 20 months and get a sim free contract
#9
38.45 for 20 month with apple =720
24 month of sim only with vodafone 8gb data 17 a moth = £408

TOTAL = £1,128
spread over 24 month = £47 saving £340 over 24 month contract
#11
are people blind?
Do you not see the 12 month contract which works out at £784
the 128gb iphone from apple alone is £699 http://www.apple.com/uk/shop/buy-iphone/iphone-7/4.7-inch-display-128gb-black#00,11,21

the 85quid for the contract alone is not to bad. (thats 7 quid a month)
#12
haywoodclan1
Good deal , Where from?


EE Business
#13
DBoniface
your best bet is to do the apple interest free finance over 20 months and get a sim free contract


I was thinking about that but this works out far cheaper because I can actually sell the phone at the end of 12 months whereas with the Apple program you have to hand it back if you want an upgrade
#14
AceA
your paying £1468

12 x £57 plus £100 doesn't equate to £1468 unless I'm missing something?
#15
If not in hurry wait until xmas, lookout for more realistic £35/pm...
#16
adi0604
If not in hurry wait until xmas, lookout for more realistic £35/pm...


I don't think you'll ever see a new iPhone on £35/ month for a 12 month contract - that would make the networks a loss bearing in mind the phone costs £700

In fact most of them don't even want to offer 12 month deals only 24 hence why I'm tempted by this
#17
andynicol
AceA
your paying £1468

12 x £57 plus £100 doesn't equate to £1468 unless I'm missing something?


look what i said after -.-

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