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EE and Three reveal iPhone 5C pricing as pre-orders go live

The 'C' definitely doesn't stand for cheap
Fri Sep 13 2013, 10:32
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UK MOBILE OPERATORS EE and Three have revealed their respective iPhone 5C tariffs, with both now taking pre-orders for the colourful Apple smartphone.

Vodafone released its iPhone 5C prices earlier today, with rival network O2 having revealed its tariffs earlier this week. Now it's the turn of EE and Three, and their prices match up fairly evenly with those of the 4G newbies.

EE offers iPhone 5C tariffs ranging from £26 to £51 a month, with the cheapest having a £189.99 upfront fee, and the other a far lower £9.99 cost. The best deal seems to be a £41 24 month tariff, which comes with a £39.99 upfront cost, unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 2GB of data each month. However, for an extra fiver a month and a lower £9.99 upfront cost, this can be bumped to 10GB of data per month.

EE is also offering the phone on non-4G tariffs with Orange and T-Mobile. There are two tariffs available - £32 and £37 - and these both come with an upfront cost. On T-Mobile, these upfront costs are £89.99 and £49.99, and on Orange these are cheaper at £69.99 and £29.99. 

Three has also revealed its tariffs, and although these don't include 4G, buyers will be upgraded to its LTE network for free once it rolls out later this year. The network has three different iPhone 5C tariffs on offer - £37, £39 and £41 - which each have a £49 upfront cost and come with unlimited monthly data.

Of course the 32GB iPhone 5C is more expensive, with those contracts price at £42, £44 and £46 per month.

Check out our iPhone 5C price, release date and where to buy roundup. µ


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