iPhone XS £44 p/m £0 upfront 6GB - Term 36 months - Total = £1584) @ Virgin Media
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iPhone XS £44 p/m £0 upfront 6GB - Term 36 months - Total = £1584) @ Virgin Media

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Found 29th Sep
Great monthly price on new IPhone XS with Virgin. Currently double data so £44 a month for 6GB would be my pick but no upfront cost on any of them.

Yes it’s an iPhone, yes it’s chuffig expensive to begin with and yes it’s on virgin which doesn’t work in your sisters kitchen and now you only buy on EE (I read way too many comments on these sorts of deals...)
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Very brave to post an iPhone deal as your first deal😁
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Very brave to post an iPhone deal as your first deal😁
Sret43rg4 m ago

Very brave to post an iPhone deal as your first deal😁


and a 3 year one at that
Virgin Media or Virgin Mobile?
3 years
Cold. I looked at this and the phone is sold on 0% finance ( but inflated price to start with of £1260)contract and the sim is a 12month rolling contract.thats how they get around the 2 year contract restrictions.2x direct debits one for the phone and one for the sim package
Remember the days when 1 year was the norm and two year contracts were scoffed at.....3 year contracts will soon be the norm, and then where will it end, 10 year contracts coming soon to a provider near you
3 years.... Normally that's the length of a loan from a bank.... Seriously apple must be pmsl while relaxing in their billions
That’s one of the worst deals I’ve seen so far!
Have some heat just to go against people who went cold due to it purely being iPhone buddy
Wirralbargains7728 m ago

Seriously apple must be pmsl while relaxing in their billions


Why? Apple don't have anything to do with the length of contracts the networks offer. Apple get the money for the phone whether you buy it up-front or on a contract so it makes no difference to them
JoolsG44 m ago

Why? Apple don't have anything to do with the length of contracts the …Why? Apple don't have anything to do with the length of contracts the networks offer. Apple get the money for the phone whether you buy it up-front or on a contract so it makes no difference to them


Because the sole reason it’s being offered on a 3 year term is because of the extortionate price of the handset
lespaul7 m ago

Because the sole reason it’s being offered on a 3 year term is because of t …Because the sole reason it’s being offered on a 3 year term is because of the extortionate price of the handset


Ah, I see... That must be why other networks are able to offer the same phone on 1 and 2 year contracts. Got ya..
Is this deal a joke?.... I don't get it!
JoolsG43 h, 13 m ago

Ah, I see... That must be why other networks are able to offer the same …Ah, I see... That must be why other networks are able to offer the same phone on 1 and 2 year contracts. Got ya..


Oh yeah hang on you’re correct....Only they’re also asking for several hundreds of pounds in upfront payments
Edited by: "lespaul" 29th Sep
Sret43rg2 h, 4 m ago

Very brave to post an iPhone deal as your first deal😁


I know But I’ve been driving round all day seeing O2 billboards offering the XS for £63 a month, so this seemed a decent price but then I pay £10 a month for sim only using an inherited iPhone SE
Simple reason phones have got more expensive and 3 year contacts, people are keeping phones much longer. iPhone are very expensive but generally speaking so are most android flagships and I don’t want start a big debate but long term it work better with iPhone than a android in terms of customer service and software ,also helps that nearly in every phone shop the 1st phone reps offer you is a iPhone if on contracts personally speaking.
The main thing I get from this is that it’s the Android fans who spend their time thinking about iPhones
lespaul2 h, 48 m ago

Oh yeah hang on you’re correct....Only they’re also asking for several hun …Oh yeah hang on you’re correct....Only they’re also asking for several hundreds of pounds in upfront payments


Well of course. It's up to the networks how they recoup the cost of the phone. Shorter contact = higher upfront fee or monthly fee, Longer contract = lower upfront fee or monthly fee. Apple only sells the phones to the networks. They don't tell the networks how to sell the phone to the customer.
Apple fanboy here but you must be mad to pay them prices. I waited last year and got a great deal from Very which I still haven’t paid for yet. Lol
Edited by: "iGlad" 3rd Oct
iGlad3 h, 4 m ago

Apple fanboy here but you must be mad to pay them prices. I waited last …Apple fanboy here but you must be mad to pay them prices. I waited last year and got a great deal from Very which I still haven’t paid for yet. Lol


I’ll be honest I completely agree with you, but this beats most other contracts at the minute. Can’t remember the last time I had a phone on contract, £10 a month for sim only is too much of a draw for me
S50514 m ago

I’ll be honest I completely agree with you, but this beats most other c …I’ll be honest I completely agree with you, but this beats most other contracts at the minute. Can’t remember the last time I had a phone on contract, £10 a month for sim only is too much of a draw for me


The last time I had a contact was for the iPhone 4!!! If people are taking out 36 month contacts how many versions of iPhone will they be behind when they finally finish their contact, 3, 4 or even 5 who knows.
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