Iphone X 64GB £1167.99 for two year contract O2 (£519.99 upfront / £27pm mth for 24mths) plus £50 Quidco Mobiles.co.uk
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Iphone X 64GB £1167.99 for two year contract O2 (£519.99 upfront / £27pm mth for 24mths) plus £50 Quidco Mobiles.co.uk

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Found 1st Nov
I know, I know it's another IPhone deal but this is the cheapest that I have found for the IPhone X 64GB. Deal from Mobiles.co.uk is:

£519.99 upfront cost
£27 / month for 24 months for 3Gb data, unlimited minutes and text
£50 cashback from Quidco possible

I've bought a number of mobiles from Mobiles.co.uk without any problems. The company is the on-line version of Carphonewarehouse / Dixons

Make it cold if you want, I'm only passing on the info

Top comments

us_agent20124 m ago

3gb?



you wont need data as you wont be able to afford to go out

Taking out the phone cost of £999.99 (what it'd cost to buy from Apple upfront), that makes the tariff £7pcm for 3gb data unlimited mins/sms. That's not to bad actually. I think if you get the £50 cashback on top it's a very reasonable deal tariff wise.

CheapoChaser3 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?


Can your £5-600 flagship make you feel special?

Just asking for trouble posting an iPhone X 'deal'...
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Just asking for trouble posting an iPhone X 'deal'...

3gb?

us_agent20124 m ago

3gb?



you wont need data as you wont be able to afford to go out

Taking out the phone cost of £999.99 (what it'd cost to buy from Apple upfront), that makes the tariff £7pcm for 3gb data unlimited mins/sms. That's not to bad actually. I think if you get the £50 cashback on top it's a very reasonable deal tariff wise.

The only x i want is xbox one x!

£520 upfront cost? FML!! 3GB data? What a joke!!

This is very good for this product compared to its sim free price and is definitely a deal but I would never pay that for a phone even though I’ve always been an iPhone buyer. It’s gone silly

thanks for the post. unfortunately 3gb data won't get you far. cost ratio of initial phone cost and tarrif could be good value, but me personally more data is the way to go.

but keep posting the offers people !!

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?

I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?

CheapoChaser3 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?


Can your £5-600 flagship make you feel special?

I paid for for the phone outright by getting 0% credit card and added a sim only deal. Surely this is the best way?

Credit is credit - for the people who won’t like the credit card idea.

No upfront cost.
£999 / 24 = £41.60pm
BT 12GB simonly (12m contract) = 6.83pm
So £48.43pm.

Now when I sell my iPhone and put that towards the bill will probably bring the cost down to £40pm

The BT deal has gone now, I think, but surely there are similar ones. 12GB data £16pm (192 per year) - £70 amazon vouchers and £40 cashback. So real terms £82 a year or 6.83pm.

I obviously will have to revise my plan in a year but probably get a better sim deal a year down the line.

So over 2 years would work out at about £1163.

MrWani4 m ago

Can your £5-600 flagship make you feel special?


Are you suggesting that an iPhone X makes you feel special?

The words "iPhone X" and "Deal" just don't sound right together.

Was considering buying 1 of these until I found out how much a screen replacement is.

It’s a good deal if u use little data

jamesp8722 m ago

Was considering buying 1 of these until I found out how much a screen …Was considering buying 1 of these until I found out how much a screen replacement is.


I've seen Vodafone offering free screen replacement with theirs

CheapoChaser47 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?


For the record I have never owned an iPhone but yes you are. This things makes the S8 look about three years old. From a graphical standpoint it is absolutely ridiculous. IIRC it outperforms an i5 Macbook (on a mobile benchmarking test).

What these things are good for (until everyone else's hardware catches up) is questionable.
Edited by: "gbmcginty" 1st Nov

CheapoChaser49 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?


All other £5—600 flagships actually look good and don't have a massive ugly notch on the front, they also don't have the ugly mole shaped camera bulge on the back and they don't have the restrictions apple put on their phones.
All you anti-apple people will never understand the appeal, this is a bargain because it has an apple logo!

CheapoChaser1 h, 3 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?



Brexit and affect of the Sterling exchange rate?

Rates gone from say 1.4€ to 1.1€ to £1 so fairly sizeable crash in our currency that makes stuff more expensive
based on that a £700 phone would now by £890.91

How cold can this go?

dodgymix31 m ago

Brexit and affect of the Sterling exchange rate?Rates gone from say 1.4€ t …Brexit and affect of the Sterling exchange rate?Rates gone from say 1.4€ to 1.1€ to £1 so fairly sizeable crash in our currency that makes stuff more expensivebased on that a £700 phone would now by £890.91


All other flagships are getting cheaper and can be had well under RRP.

Is that what is meant by Apple "ecosystem"

m5rcc1 h, 28 m ago

Are you suggesting that an iPhone X makes you feel special?


I just got a Mi A1... think that answers that

MrWani2 m ago

I just got a Mi A1... think that answers that


Does it?

_spit_1 h, 40 m ago

I paid for for the phone outright by getting 0% credit card and added a …I paid for for the phone outright by getting 0% credit card and added a sim only deal. Surely this is the best way? Credit is credit - for the people who won’t like the credit card idea.No upfront cost.£999 / 24 = £41.60pmBT 12GB simonly (12m contract) = 6.83pmSo £48.43pm. Now when I sell my iPhone and put that towards the bill will probably bring the cost down to £40pmThe BT deal has gone now, I think, but surely there are similar ones. 12GB data £16pm (192 per year) - £70 amazon vouchers and £40 cashback. So real terms £82 a year or 6.83pm. I obviously will have to revise my plan in a year but probably get a better sim deal a year down the line. So over 2 years would work out at about £1163.


Why didn't you just do it with Apple if you wanted 0% - less hassle than a credit card!

I buy my phones outright now and stick to sim only. My sim only tariff is £23 a month with 64GB data and Spotify included (VF retentions deal!), over 24 months it works out around £65/month. Will knock about £15 a month off when I take into account selling my old phone.

Mobile phone contracts are going up, think that's just something we have to accept. Give it a couple of years and I reckon our prices will be in line with the states. E.g. with ATT - it's $135/mo + tax (state dependant, 10% average I guess), + $140 tax up front. Over 2 years that's $3700 - doesn't make our deals seem so bad
Edited by: "bma1445" 1st Nov

We’re getting absolutely mugged off with phone contracts. This phone works out at £41pm over 24 months, add a decent data sim (from £12pm) and we’re looking at £53pm for a decent package. So where do these £60/70/80/90/100 pm tarries come in?? And yes, I understand its business and they need to make profits, but come on

I’m reasonably happy with mine from Virgin, £61pm with no up front cost, but I know I’m still being over charged
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 1st Nov

dodgymix53 m ago

Brexit and affect of the Sterling exchange rate?Rates gone from say 1.4€ t …Brexit and affect of the Sterling exchange rate?Rates gone from say 1.4€ to 1.1€ to £1 so fairly sizeable crash in our currency that makes stuff more expensivebased on that a £700 phone would now by £890.91


Not really, although there are plenty of companies using this excuse to push up their prices, € to £ should have no effect on an iPhone, headquarters in US and manufactured in China, It's the £ to $ rate that will effect imports from China. this was fluttering around 1.4 prior to brexit vote, its now about 1.3, regardless of the exchange rate apple will have set their UK (starting) price at £999

lets also not forget that this phone is $999 in america (£750) so even when you deduct the VAT we are still paying more.

Was going to buy an iPhone X until I learned it doesn't sit flat on the table (it rocks when you tap the screen, due to the vertical position of the rear twin lenses).

gbmcginty1 h, 24 m ago

For the record I have never owned an iPhone but yes you are. This things …For the record I have never owned an iPhone but yes you are. This things makes the S8 look about three years old. From a graphical standpoint it is absolutely ridiculous. IIRC it outperforms an i5 Macbook (on a mobile benchmarking test).What these things are good for (until everyone else's hardware catches up) is questionable.

OMFG

HEEEEEEAAAAAT!!

The notch is stupid and spoils what would otherwise compare quite well with the aesthetics of mid-range Android handsets.

I'd quite happily live without a front camera at all, and the facial tech is not necessary, and certainly not worth paying so much for. What esle does it do that groundbreaking? Some AR crap apparently, that I expect only a small percentage of people will ever use, and an even smaller percentage that will use it more than once.

Lucky for Apple, their customers don't care if they're being ripped off.

mrwhitelabel3 h, 26 m ago

I've seen Vodafone offering free screen replacement with theirs


Wow, I was not aware of a problem with the screens on these!
Had over 6 different phones, including an earlier iPhone and never had to replace a screen on any of them.

CheapoChaser4 h, 16 m ago

Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship …Serious question, what does this phone do or posses that a £5-600 flagship doesn't?I really don't understand why it's priced so highly the spec seems in line with most flagships, am I missing something?

Street credit

bma14453 h, 26 m ago

Why didn't you just do it with Apple if you wanted 0% - less hassle than a …Why didn't you just do it with Apple if you wanted 0% - less hassle than a credit card!I buy my phones outright now and stick to sim only. My sim only tariff is £23 a month with 64GB data and Spotify included (VF retentions deal!), over 24 months it works out around £65/month. Will knock about £15 a month off when I take into account selling my old phone.Mobile phone contracts are going up, think that's just something we have to accept. Give it a couple of years and I reckon our prices will be in line with the states. E.g. with ATT - it's $135/mo + tax (state dependant, 10% average I guess), + $140 tax up front. Over 2 years that's $3700 - doesn't make our deals seem so bad


YEs considered this option and recommended it to my sister but was instore only and over 20mnth I believe.

I did it all from my bed, and had it setup so SADLY at 08:01 on preorder day I had ordered it so It will arrive on Friday (whilst I am in bed) and not risk waiting to 2018.

fiqqer7 h, 25 m ago

How cold can this go?


Depends on how many people are too stupid to realise this is a post on how you can get THIS phone at the best price not whether or not you can afford one.

kevl4 h, 23 m ago

Wow, I was not aware of a problem with the screens on these! Had over …Wow, I was not aware of a problem with the screens on these! Had over 6 different phones, including an earlier iPhone and never had to replace a screen on any of them.


Nobody has this phone yet but it is a worry that it’s a Samsung screen.

It’s priced high means it will sell high, you are only losing the depreciation, like a car

Rastafari6 h, 37 m ago

Was going to buy an iPhone X until I learned it doesn't sit flat on the …Was going to buy an iPhone X until I learned it doesn't sit flat on the table (it rocks when you tap the screen, due to the vertical position of the rear twin lenses).


they all have a camera coming out. Why would you have it lying on a table anyway. Who cares if it rocks.

welshrob10117 m ago

Depends on how many people are too stupid to realise this is a post on how …Depends on how many people are too stupid to realise this is a post on how you can get THIS phone at the best price not whether or not you can afford one.


- by the looks of it most people think that anyone buying this is stupid.

Iphone X £899 64Gb (@ Very with code LXJGR (10% off) New customers only)
Plus BT sim only deal, unimlited txt, call and 20GB of data for £16PCM / £192 per year (if you have bt broadband at home other wise £21PCM / 252 per year) you also get £100 Amazon voucher or iTunes voucher Per each year ** (possible £70-90 TCB each year)


One Year cost £1091(with BT bband) or £1151 (without BT Bband) + £100 voucher
Two Years cost £1283 (with BT bband) or £1403 (without BT Bband) + Extra £100 voucher **


I have not take off the voucher price off. of the total cost above so saving of £100 ( extra £100 for the 2nd year **)


** BT Sim only deal is a 12 month contract so after the 12 months cancel and replace with a new SIM only Deal to get the best deal and the extra voucher
If you want to keep your number move your number to a pay as you go sim E.G Vodafone, o2 (As you cant move numbers from BT sim to BT sim) order up a new BT SIM only Deal inc your voucher. you will have to wait around 7 days before you can move your number back to BT.

A bit of a pain 2 do but for a extra £100 Voucher for around 30mins worth of work, you can also use your new BT Sim only deal wile you wait to be able to move your number back over

Meh, I thought it was a pretty good deal (relatively). I usually pay £500 for a new iPhone and spend about £10-£15 pm on payg = £900ish. My last contract has been £36 pm for a measly 1gb of data, and I prefer O2, so I decided to go for this (my contract runs out this month anyway). I can also sell my old iPhone handsets for some extra money off. Thanks !
Edited by: "MrMiyazaki" 2nd Nov
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