iPhone 8 deal gets you 15GB data for £57.99 a month on EE
The iPhone 8 was released last year and is the most up to date iPhone you can get if you don’t want the bells and whistles, such as an all screen display and facial recognition, of the iPhone X.
It’s also a bit cheaper than Apple’s most expensive ever smartphone and EE is sweetening the deal. The operator will give you a 64GB iPhone 8 and 15GB of data for £49.99 up front, if you take out a 24-month contract costing £57.99 a month.
The deal also includes access to EE’s fastest 4G speeds, unlimited calls and texts, as well as roaming across the European Union and in five other countries – Australia, Canada, Mexico, New Zealand and the USA.
Other perks include 24-month access to the BT Sport app, which shows live Premier League and UEFA Champions League football, as well as domestic and European rugby and a range of other sports.
On top of that, there’s a free six-month subscription to Apple Music, so you can stream and download music to your heart’s content, especially since the app doesn’t count against your considerable allowance.
Customers who also sign up for EE’s home broadband service get a mobile data boost of between 5GB and 50GB. EE is currently offering customers reward cards, bonus mobile data and reduced setup costs until the end of March, so it might be worth looking into.
Evolution rather than revolution
The iPhone 8 is an evolution of the iPhone 7, rather than the revolution that is the iPhone X, boasting an updated design as well as a powerful 64-bit A11 processor that can handle intense graphics and smart applications.
The Retina Display has had an upgrade, while the 12 megapixel camera has also been improved. There’s also a focus on augmented reality (AR) technology, which was used to power the phenomenal success of Pokémon Go.
If the iPhone isn’t your thing, then EE is offering the iPhone’s direct rival, the Android-powered Google Pixel 2, for £47.99 with no upfront cost. The package is exactly the same as the one EE is offering with the iPhone 8.
The Pixel 2 is also an iterative update on its predecessor, boasting a refined design, smart features and updated components.
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