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iPhone X deals from EE, Vodafone, Three, O2, Sky, Virgin and BT available to pre-order now

Friday, October 27th 2017 by Phil Wilkinson-Jones

The iPhone X is available to pre-order from today (Friday 27 October).

Apple’s new flagship phone, which (apparently) should be pronounced ‘iPhone ten’, was unveiled back in September alongside two other new handsets – the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.

The premium smartphone differs from its predecessors in that it doesn’t have a home button and does away with Touch ID (fingerprint authentication) in favour of facial recognition software called Face ID.

Apple will tell you the iPhone X also features “the most durable glass ever in a smartphone”, an improved camera and a “beautiful 5.8-inch Super Retina display”.

It comes in two colours – silver and space grey – in 64GB and 256GB models and will be available in Apple Stores from 8am on Friday 3 November.

If you want to buy directly from Apple, the 64GB phone is available on a two-year plan for £47.95 a month or you can pay it off upfront for £999.

The 256GB model is £55.15 a month for two years or £1,149 as one-off payment.

The iPhone X uses facial recognition software rather than fingerprint authentication

Apple also runs an iPhone Upgrade Programme, which lets you pay £69 on the day of purchase and spread the remaining cost of the phone (and AppleCare+) of 20 months with 0% interest.

After a year, or 11 payments, you can upgrade to a new phone.

On the iPhone Upgrade Programme, a 64GB iPhone X is £56.45 a month and a 256GB iPhone X is £63.95 a month.

iPhones bought directly from Apple are unlocked so you can choose to go with whichever provider you like.

If you’re thinking of pre-ordering, this is what the UK’s mobile providers are currently offering:

EE - iPhone X from £57.99 to £82.99 a month, some plans with free Beats X headphones

EE is offering the iPhone X 64GB model with 100GB of data for £82.99 a month, plus a £9.99 upfront fee on one of its 4GEE Max plans.

There are two options if you want a 15GB monthly data allowance – an upfront fee of £99.99 then £72.99 a month or £49.99 upfront then £77.99 a month.

EE says its 4GEE plans for the iPhone X start at £57.99 a month with an unspecified upfront fee.

Customers taking the iPhone X on a 40GB plan or above will also get a free pair of Beats X headphones worth £129.95.

All 4GEE Max plans come with unlimited minutes and texts as well as six free months of Apple Music, which you can use without it impacting your data allowance.

EE is also exclusively offering Series 3 Apple Watches for £25 a month plus varying upfront costs.

Vodafone - iPhone X from £68 to £74 a month

Vodafone has unveiled a number of iPhone X plans so far.

Its cheapest monthly Red Extra plan gives you 26GB of data for £68 a month and an upfront fee of £150. Another offers 50GB for £74 a month plus £100 upfront.

On a Red Entertainment plan, which comes with a choice of Spotify, Sky Sports or NOW TV free for two years, you can get the iPhone X with 42GB of data for £74 a month and £150 upfront.

Three - iPhone X from £62 a month

Three's iPhone X deals start at £61 a month with a £249 upfront cost. That gives you 12GB of data and all of Three's plans come with unlimited calls and texts.

Three has three plans that give you unlimited data. If this is what you're after you can choose to pay £249 upfront then £84 a month, £79 upfront then £91 a month or nothing up front and £114 a month.

iPhone X features a redesigned dual 12-megapixel rear camera system with dual optical image stabilisation

O2 - iPhone X with 20GB for £77 a month

O2 is offering the iPhone X on a 20GB plan for £77 a month plus a £29.99 upfront cost.

If you're looking for the maximum amount of data, 50GB with unlimited texts and calls is £80 a month plus £119.99 upfront.

Sky - iPhone X from £42 to £64 a month

Sky has a range of plans for the iPhone X on two types of contract.

On Swap24, a two-and-a-half-year contract that lets you upgrade every two years, you can get 500MB of data for £42 a month, 1GB for £47, 5GB for £52 or 10GB for £57 and there are no upfront costs.

On Swap 12, a two-year contract that allows you to upgrade your phone every year, you can get 500MB of data for £54 a month, 1GB for £59, 5GB for £64 or 10GB for £69, with an upfront fee of £99.

On all of Sky’s mobile deals, unlimited texts and calls are free for Sky TV customers and £10 a month for non-Sky TV customers.

Virgin Media - iPhone X from £37 to £64

Virgin's iPhone X deals start much cheaper than many of its competitors because it gives customers the option to spread the cost of handsets over three years or two.

This means its cheapest iPhone X deal comes in at just £37 with no upfront cost. This gets you 300 minutes, unlimited texts and 1.2GB of data on a three-year contract.

At the other end of the price spectrum, Virgin is offering the iPhone X on a two-year deal for £64 with 5,000 minutes, unlimited texts and 40GB of data, but still with no upfront cost.

BT Mobile - iPhone X from £55 to £70

BT's iPhone X deals start at £55 a month with a £300 upfront fee (The 'Great Value Starter Plan'. For this you'll get 500MB of data, 400 minutes and unlimited texts on a two-year contract.

BT's 'Ultimate Plan' is £70 a month with a £100 upfront fee. It comes with 15GB of data and unlimited calls and texts.

At the time of writing, Tesco Mobile and giffgaff are yet to announce any specific deals for the iPhone X. This page will be updated as and when they do.

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