Want the new iPhone Pro but feel it’s too expensive? An updated plan from one provider just made this Apple device far more affordable.
Apple’s phones might be some of the most popular on the planet but they are also hugely expensive especially if you want to go Pro. For example, the iPhone 15 Pro will set you back at least £999 if you buy it directly from Apple then you have to add your data, calls and texts on top.
It’s a pricey device but one retailer is definitely making it feel a little more affordable to own.
Mobiles.co.uk, which is actually owned by UK high street giant Currys, has launched an iPhone 15 Pro offer which costs just £44.99 per month. For that price, you get the 128GB model along with a generous 250GB of 5G data, unlimited calls and endless texts.
There is a £19 upfront fee to pay and you will have to sign up for 24 months but other than that aren’t any other catches.
If you do some simple maths you’ll see that this deal will cost you £1,100 over the two-year deal (price will increase during the term by around 7.8%).
Although that’s £100 more than buying directly from Apple it includes that data and call bundle.
A standard 200GB SIM from a mobile network will cost you around £16 per month or £384 over two years. Add that SIM to Apple’s price and it works out way more expensive than the offer from Mobiles.co.uk.
HOW THE DEALS COMPARE
Mobiles.co.uk – £44.99 per month
INCLUDES: iPhone 15 Pro, 250GB data – Unlimited calls and texts
UPFRONT FEE: £19
TOTAL PRICE: £1,098 (contract prices may rise with yearly increases)
Apple Store – £999
INCLUDES: iPhone 15 Pro
ADDITIONAL FEE: 200GB SIM around £16
TOTAL PRICE: £1,383
Another example of why this is a decent offer is taking a look at other networks. EE has a similar plan on the iPhone 15 but wants a £30 upfront fee and £71.60 per month on an 24-month contract – total price £1,748.
Three Mobile also has an iPhone 15 Pro option with 150GB of data but this costs £63.50 per month with a £50 upfront fee – total price £1,574.