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iPhone 11 Pro - 0% interest free for 24 months @ Currys - Total Cost £1,049 (24 x £43.71pm)
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iPhone 11 Pro - 0% interest free for 24 months @ Currys - Total Cost £1,049 (24 x £43.71pm)

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Posted 16th Sep 2019

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BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


Maybe you could of shared the deal on your S9 to have your first bit of useful contribution to the site?
Ahh i remember when £43 a month for 18 months got you the top of the range iPhone with a decent amount of inclusive minutes, texts and data. Now it's that for the phone over 24 months, and £15 on top for a decent network plan? Hmm. Apple are taking the mickey with these prices!
720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!
JefferyinUK16/09/2019 20:06

Then this kind of deal will cause damage to the credit report? It’s better …Then this kind of deal will cause damage to the credit report? It’s better to take the normal mobile contract, I believe


You do realise a normal mobile contract will affect you in just the same way, as it is also a loan?
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Does it show as loan in your credit report?
Ahh i remember when £43 a month for 18 months got you the top of the range iPhone with a decent amount of inclusive minutes, texts and data. Now it's that for the phone over 24 months, and £15 on top for a decent network plan? Hmm. Apple are taking the mickey with these prices!
720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!
Best deal by quite a distance if you don’t want to spent a bunch upfront. Voted hot but could never spend this much myself.
ezzer7216/09/2019 20:05

Yes of course.


Bigspin16/09/2019 20:03

Most likely.



Then this kind of deal will cause damage to the credit report?

It’s better to take the normal mobile contract, I believe
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


Maybe you could of shared the deal on your S9 to have your first bit of useful contribution to the site?
JefferyinUK16/09/2019 20:06

Then this kind of deal will cause damage to the credit report? It’s better …Then this kind of deal will cause damage to the credit report? It’s better to take the normal mobile contract, I believe


You do realise a normal mobile contract will affect you in just the same way, as it is also a loan?
zetecrob16/09/2019 20:07

Maybe you could of shared the deal on your S9 to have your first bit of …Maybe you could of shared the deal on your S9 to have your first bit of useful contribution to the site?


It has bluetooth, a headphone jack, dual speakers, a micro SD card slot... need I go on??
starsi36016/09/2019 20:08

You do realise a normal mobile contract will affect you in just the same …You do realise a normal mobile contract will affect you in just the same way, as it is also a loan?


No I think mobile contract is showing as utility account, similar to your electricity/water account.

Think about sim only contract, they are the same as contract with a phone. and they are not a loan
I thought my Note 10+ 256GB was expensive at a grand. But this thing is laughable, £1049 for a 64Gb phone that's non expandable 😳
Edited by: "LazybeatX" 16th Sep 2019
64gb £1000 +

all the way to the bank

BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


It's 2436 x1125 where did you get it was 720P?
Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still stronger than US. It is about time consumers like us take a stand and stop buying from these thieves who have been robbing us for years now, only than they will realise that they can't rob us any further.
Edited by: "aeykeay" 16th Sep 2019
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


“The display of the iPhone 11 Pro is 2436×1125, while the iPhone 11 Pro Max is 2688×1242”
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


its not 720p get your facts correct before posting S9 is a poor phone nothing like this.
wiz116/09/2019 20:26

its not 720p get your facts correct before posting S9 is a poor phone …its not 720p get your facts correct before posting S9 is a poor phone nothing like this.


Lol if that helps you sleep at night...
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


The pro isn’t 720p, it is 2436. I agree with you, it’s ridiculously expensive
Edited by: "marcgreen11" 16th Sep 2019
JefferyinUK16/09/2019 20:12

No I think mobile contract is showing as utility account, similar to your …No I think mobile contract is showing as utility account, similar to your electricity/water account.Think about sim only contract, they are the same as contract with a phone. and they are not a loan


SIM only is not classed as a loan, but the 'bar' for being accepted for a contract including a handset is higher as it is effectively a loan in all but name, and will sit as such on your credit report.
Edited by: "starsi360" 16th Sep 2019
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:09

It has bluetooth


And now apparently iPhones don't have Bluetooth...

Not a fan of iPhones either, but S9?
There's a sucker born every minute!
aeykeay16/09/2019 20:21

Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still …Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still stronger than US. It is about time consumers like us take a stand and stop buying from these thieves who have been robbing us for years now, only than they will realise that they can't rob us any further.



It's worth keeping in mind that the UK is subject to VAT. The tax system does work differently in the states. I'm not saying all of what you are saying is incorrect, but it isn't a like for like comparison really. Also, organisations dealing with the UK need to look at the big picture. If it looks like likely sterling will drop significantly (which it is currently) organisation don't want to inflate prices in the future, so tend to protect against such drops.
I am curious, why would having a zero percent loan or mobile contract damage a credit report anyway? I've had plenty of 0% schemes in the past when buying furniture - all paid off now with no issue.
Apple do 0% and you can swap the phone every year if you do it with them.
aeykeay16/09/2019 20:21

Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still …Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still stronger than US. It is about time consumers like us take a stand and stop buying from these thieves who have been robbing us for years now, only than they will realise that they can't rob us any further.


It’s not- it’s the same price, USA price is plus tax, always has been our uk price inc VAT.
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:05

720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen …720p and it costs over 1 grand! Daylight robbery. My S9 has a 1440p screen and does everything the iPhone does and more!


Can I connect my iwatch to your s9, does it connect to iTunes, does it run an operating system that’s practically guaranteed to be virus free? - not really the same is it.
AntonyWellington16/09/2019 20:40

Apple do 0% and you can swap the phone every year if you do it with them.


True, but currently its out of stock, so the only place to get the phone with 0% interest on launch day is Currys.
BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:09

It has bluetooth, a headphone jack, dual speakers, a micro SD card slot... …It has bluetooth, a headphone jack, dual speakers, a micro SD card slot... need I go on??


Bluetooth? Wow! Now that’s a real phone
aeykeay16/09/2019 20:21

Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still …Don't buy. How can it be cheaper in US than UK when pound is still stronger than US. It is about time consumers like us take a stand and stop buying from these thieves who have been robbing us for years now, only than they will realise that they can't rob us any further.



Because in the US, the price listed is without a tax. Each state has their own tax percentage that you need to add on top of that listed price you see on the Apple site.
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Don't want to sound like a hater but this is a lot of money for a 4G phone, I'd expect 5G capabilities for that much money.
If you want Apple then a better buy would an XS as the difference between this is small.
Personally I'd be getting one of the many new 5G phones as they are more future proof.
thearbiter6516/09/2019 20:34

I am curious, why would having a zero percent loan or mobile contract …I am curious, why would having a zero percent loan or mobile contract damage a credit report anyway? I've had plenty of 0% schemes in the past when buying furniture - all paid off now with no issue.


It won’t! If you pay on time then it may actually improve your credit standing.
Only potential “issue” could be those who are looking to take a large loan in the near future (e.g. a mortgage) and are borrowing upto their limit. The 0% loan repayment for this would be factored in your outgoings/ability to repay and may mean you could borrow less.
deleted229009016/09/2019 20:59

Don't want to sound like a hater but this is a lot of money for a 4G …Don't want to sound like a hater but this is a lot of money for a 4G phone, I'd expect 5G capabilities for that much money. If you want Apple then a better buy would an XS as the difference between this is small. Personally I'd be getting one of the many new 5G phones as they are more future proof.


I’m guessing you live in and spend most your life in 1 of the 4 cities that have 5g so can take advantage of the current speeds about double to ee fast 4g?? For the majority of us though who don’t love in these cities who won’t get 5g for at least a few years why should we be paying a lot more for a handset that has 5g?
we coming to times where you need financal on phone ....
gallopingbanker16/09/2019 21:03

It won’t! If you pay on time then it may actually improve your credit s …It won’t! If you pay on time then it may actually improve your credit standing.Only potential “issue” could be those who are looking to take a large loan in the near future (e.g. a mortgage) and are borrowing upto their limit. The 0% loan repayment for this would be factored in your outgoings/ability to repay and may mean you could borrow less.



That was my understanding too. Even if I have the money, I sometimes take up the 0% options so I can hold onto the cash in case of an emergency or something.
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toonsquirel16/09/2019 21:10

I’m guessing you live in and spend most your life in 1 of the 4 cities t …I’m guessing you live in and spend most your life in 1 of the 4 cities that have 5g so can take advantage of the current speeds about double to ee fast 4g?? For the majority of us though who don’t love in these cities who won’t get 5g for at least a few years why should we be paying a lot more for a handset that has 5g?


No actually I don't live in a 5G town but visit Manchester often for work, EE are adding another 10 cities during 2019 and a further 10 in 2020 so the roll out will be faster than you think rendering a 4G phone "old tech" within 12 or so months.

ee.co.uk/why…019

Vodafone already have the below towns

  • Birkenhead
  • Birmingham
  • Bolton
  • Bristol
  • Cardiff
  • Gatwick
  • Glasgow
  • Lancaster
  • Liverpool
  • London
  • Manchester
  • Newbury
  • Plymouth
  • Stoke-on-Trent
  • Wolverhampton

5G will then arrive in Blackpool, Bournemouth, Guildford, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton and Warrington later this year.
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LazybeatX16/09/2019 20:16

I thought my Note 10+ 256GB was expensive at a grand. But this thing is …I thought my Note 10+ 256GB was expensive at a grand. But this thing is laughable, £1049 for a 64Gb phone that's non expandable 😳

BargainHunta9616/09/2019 20:09

It has bluetooth, a headphone jack, dual speakers, a micro SD card slot... …It has bluetooth, a headphone jack, dual speakers, a micro SD card slot... need I go on??


No...please don’t, already bored.
deleted229009016/09/2019 21:21

No actually I don't live in a 5G town but visit Manchester often for work, …No actually I don't live in a 5G town but visit Manchester often for work, EE are adding another 10 cities during 2019 and a further 10 in 2020 so the roll out will be faster than you think rendering a 4G phone "old tech" within 12 or so months.https://ee.co.uk/why-ee/5g-on-ee/5g-uk-coverage?CTTag=CT_Ser_5GHUB_FeatureBanner_LocationPage_Q1_2019Vodafone already have the below townsBirkenheadBirminghamBoltonBristolCardiffGatwickGlasgowLancasterLiverpoolLondonManchesterNewburyPlymouthStoke-on-TrentWolverhampton5G will then arrive in Blackpool, Bournemouth, Guildford, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton and Warrington later this year.


So basically by the time a new iPhone is released 5g will be available to some more people but still not a lot of us, it’s only gonna be in cities for a few years as masts have to be put close together so anyone in rural areas or small towns won’t get it for years. It’s not even that much faster currently either so I don’t know what you can currently benefit from with 5g? Most people use there home Wi-Fi for big downloads etc and 4g is more than fast enough for everything else we do currently. Apple don’t really care if the person who buys your phone in 2 years or So will be future proof and most people who buy brand new iPhones only keep them a year or 2 so as long as 5g is on iPhone in a year or 2 when the chips will be far cheaper so won’t affect the price like it currently is with 5g phones then that’s fine. I actually think 5g will really only benefit those who don’t have home broadband so have max data plans and use there mobile network for all downloads etc which must be a small amount of people. Eventually it’ll be 1gb a second but most people use less than 10gb a month so what benefit will they get been able to burn through their data in 10 seconds?
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toonsquirel16/09/2019 21:33

So basically by the time a new iPhone is released 5g will be available to …So basically by the time a new iPhone is released 5g will be available to some more people but still not a lot of us, it’s only gonna be in cities for a few years as masts have to be put close together so anyone in rural areas or small towns won’t get it for years. It’s not even that much faster currently either so I don’t know what you can currently benefit from with 5g? Most people use there home Wi-Fi for big downloads etc and 4g is more than fast enough for everything else we do currently. Apple don’t really care if the person who buys your phone in 2 years or So will be future proof and most people who buy brand new iPhones only keep them a year or 2 so as long as 5g is on iPhone in a year or 2 when the chips will be far cheaper so won’t affect the price like it currently is with 5g phones then that’s fine. I actually think 5g will really only benefit those who don’t have home broadband so have max data plans and use there mobile network for all downloads etc which must be a small amount of people. Eventually it’ll be 1gb a second but most people use less than 10gb a month so what benefit will they get been able to burn through their data in 10 seconds?


Your choice entirely but I'd want more than 12 or so months out of a phone of that price personally.
Bear in mind this is a 24 month agreement It will be obsolete by the time the final payment is made.

Is unlikely Apple will get 5G anytime soon after the court battle they had with Qualcomm it's likely they will need to use another chipset when they are developed / available.

I have an unlimited 5G enabled SIM and as I say I regularly visit some of these towns for work, agreed its not at full capacity yet but still around 3x faster than 4g and capable of more.
Edited by: "deleted2290090" 16th Sep 2019
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