Earlier this evening Apple announced its brand new smartphones, the iPhone 6S and the iPhone 6S Plus. We've seen all the new features and hardware that the phones have to offer, so now it's time to start thinking with your wallet and find out how much an upgrade is going to cost you.
The iPhone 6S is set to go up for pre-order on September 12th, and will be available from a number of online and high street retailers. But which one should you be going to for your new iPhone? Should you be sitting by the front door waiting for the postman to arrive, or should you brave the outside world and head down to a brick-and-mortar store? We've got the best deals for the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus that have been announced so far, and we'll be updating the list as more become available. If you're in the market for the latest fruit-flavoured phone, you're sure to find something to your liking.
Apple is, of course, selling both iPhones online and in its retail stores. Prices for the iPhone 6S start at £539, and the iPhone 6S Plus starts from £619. You can compare models and prices here. Pre-orders open on 12th September, ready for release on 25th.
Dixons Carphone has announced that all Carphone Warehouse, Currys, and PC World stores will be selling both iPhones. Prices and deals have not been announced.
EE is offering both handsets on its 24-month 4GEE extra contracts, and pre-orders are live on its website. iPhone 6S deals start at £50 a month (plus £50 up front), which will get you the 16GB version of the handset with 4GB of double speed 4G data, along with unlimited calls and texts. iPhone 6S Plus deals start at £55 a month (plus £65 up front) for the 16GB model, and comes with 10GB of double speed 4G data plus unlimited calls and texts.
Existing EE customers are exempt from the up front handset charges, and you can find out more here.
O2 has announced that it will be carrying both the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, with pre-orders opening on 12th September ready for release on the 25th. At the moment O2 doesn't appear to be offering either handset on a SIM only basis, but there are a number of 24 month contracts that range from £17.50-£64 a month (Each with a different up front payment for the phone.)
O2 has also announced that the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus will be available on a brand new tariff called 'O2 Refresh'. This is a deal that lets you upgrade your phone after 12 months with no extras costs, plus 30GB of monthly data and free damage & breakdown cover. Prices from these deal start at £34 a month. You can find out more about individual plans here.
Three has confirmed that it will be stocking both phones. The cheapest iPhone 6S deal costs £38 a month (plus £99 up front), and comes with 1GB of data and all-you-can-eat minutes and texts. The cheapest iPhone 6S Plus deal costs £43 a month (plus £99 up front) and gets you the same allowances. You can find out more on Three's website.
As with Three's other deals, anyone who buys the phones with the network will be able to take advantage of its many perks including 4G at no extra cost, and the Feel at Home scheme which lets you use your allowances in 18 overseas countries without accumulating extra charges.
Virgin has confirmed that it will be carrying both phones on its network, but has yet to confirm any deals or prices.
Pre-orders for both phones are live on Vodafone's website, with various different prices and deals to choose from. The cheapest iPhone 6S deal is £6 a month (with £149 up front) and comes with 500 minutes, unlimited texts, and 500MB of data. The cheapest iPhone 6S Plus deal is the 6GB RedBundle, costing £49 a month and comes with 6GB of data, unlimited calls and unlimited texts. Those are both 4G contracts, and you can see what else is on offer on Vodafone's website.
Anyone buying either phone will be able to take advantage of its mobile data test drive. That means if you buy with Vodafone you'll get three months of unlimited 4G data at no extra cost. Vodafone has also confirmed tat any iPhone deals with more than 4GB of data come with a choice of a subscription to Spotify Premium, Now TV, Netflix, and Sky Sports Mobile.