iPhone 8  £31b per month 500mb unlimited texts & calls, 3.5GB data over 30 months and no upfront cost if you are a Sky TV Customer
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iPhone 8 £31b per month 500mb unlimited texts & calls, 3.5GB data over 30 months and no upfront cost if you are a Sky TV Customer

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Found 6th Nov
This will most likely get cold but if you want the iPhone 8 with no upfront cost you can get it at a good deal if you are a Sky TV customer. With this you will get unlimited calls and texts and 500mb of data.

However if you are a black member (been with Sky for more then 15 years) you get an additional 3GB so for £31 per month you are getting unlimited texts & calls, 3.5GB data and no upfront cost. This also works if you want the iPhone 8 Plus which comes to £35 per month.

Good deal if you want the lastest iPhone and are a Sky TV customer.

fyi Sky run off a O2 network.

16 Comments

500mb of data is shocking

Original Poster

lee-block1051 m ago

500mb of data is shocking


Yep that's how that can do the no upfront cost but if you are a Sky member is worth your while

Iphone and Sky...great combination

I think you have to give the phone back too

Scandalous

I would never pay £1k or £900+ for a Samsung/Apple product. Note 8 and iPhone X are too expensive for some, and no so for others.
However at least Apple phoneproducts will hold their value more than Samsung.

just to let you all know that any unused data rolls over to the next month,

I think its a good deal, (im a sky customer, so might as well use the perks)

alison19725 m ago

I think you have to give the phone back too



if you pay off the phone during the contract period, then you keep it.

you could alternatively buy the phone outright from apple or whoever for £699 and get the £5 sim card. with the VIP offer you will pay £5 pm with 3.5gb data (with option to roll over unused data per month)

g7paul12 h, 26 m ago

I would never pay £1k or £900+ for a Samsung/Apple product. Note 8 and i …I would never pay £1k or £900+ for a Samsung/Apple product. Note 8 and iPhone X are too expensive for some, and no so for others. However at least Apple phoneproducts will hold their value more than Samsung.



I've got a feeling both the 8 series Samsung products and the iphone X resale values will fall off a cliff next year when they put the FP scanners under the screens. I know this always happens but the whole FP scanner is a real F'up by both companies.

Masteryates39 m ago

I've got a feeling both the 8 series Samsung products and the iphone X …I've got a feeling both the 8 series Samsung products and the iphone X resale values will fall off a cliff next year when they put the FP scanners under the screens. I know this always happens but the whole FP scanner is a real F'up by both companies.


I doubt it to be honest. iPhones have historically held their value well and now Samsung has started using premium materials in their designs, they have held up well too - Note 4/5 still fetching £200-300 on eBay, iPhone 6s is around £250 still. And after all that, the X's Face ID stuff really is great, it's not something you can try in-store and due to the limitations of the hardware you can only have one face (so you literally need to be the phone's owner to use it) - I've all but forgotten about Touch ID now (trust me, as it gets colder and riding to work each day, being able to just look at my phone is a nice touch) - anyway, I suspect Android won't be far behind is all.

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plewis004 h, 37 m ago

I doubt it to be honest. iPhones have historically held their value well …I doubt it to be honest. iPhones have historically held their value well and now Samsung has started using premium materials in their designs, they have held up well too - Note 4/5 still fetching £200-300 on eBay, iPhone 6s is around £250 still. And after all that, the X's Face ID stuff really is great, it's not something you can try in-store and due to the limitations of the hardware you can only have one face (so you literally need to be the phone's owner to use it) - I've all but forgotten about Touch ID now (trust me, as it gets colder and riding to work each day, being able to just look at my phone is a nice touch) - anyway, I suspect Android won't be far behind is all.


Android has had face recognition since 2012?

d3fult_751 m ago

Android has had face recognition since 2012?


If you don't mind somebody unlocking your phone with a photograph of you, or pointing your phone at you while you sleep..

Cold. I pay £30 for 10gb data + 128gb preowned iPhone 7. This isn’t worth it

plewis0017 h, 6 m ago

I doubt it to be honest. iPhones have historically held their value well …I doubt it to be honest. iPhones have historically held their value well and now Samsung has started using premium materials in their designs, they have held up well too - Note 4/5 still fetching £200-300 on eBay, iPhone 6s is around £250 still. And after all that, the X's Face ID stuff really is great, it's not something you can try in-store and due to the limitations of the hardware you can only have one face (so you literally need to be the phone's owner to use it) - I've all but forgotten about Touch ID now (trust me, as it gets colder and riding to work each day, being able to just look at my phone is a nice touch) - anyway, I suspect Android won't be far behind is all.



I disagree with saying that the iphone 6s which is now only 2 years old has held its value well. Its lost £125 per year minimum. In my book, this isn't good. Same can be said for many flagships these days. I bought my mother a P9 Lite for £139 for Christmas, it won't lose anything like £125 in its first year.

Face ID may be good, (I used to use face unlock on my Nexus 5 in 2013 which was also good,) but it can't be as fast as the FP reader on the One Plus 3 & 5. Agreed its more useful when you have gloves on etc. There's nothing wrong with new tech, but when its not as good as the tech it replaces, I have an issue. When they are charging £1k for this, I have a really big issue.

£100 quidco
Edited by: "eelvis" 8th Nov
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