UK MOBILE OPERATOR EE has revealed its pricing for the iPhone 5S ahead of the smartphone's release on Friday.
EE kicked off pre-orders for the cheaper model, the iPhone 5C last Friday, and today it revealed how much it will charge for the iPhone 5S.
Much like the handset's pricing on O2, the iPhone 5S won't be cheap at EE either. EE is offering six different tariffs depending on how much data you're after, priced at £26, £31, £36, £41, £46 and £51, respectively, offering 500MB, 1GB, 1.5GB, 2GB, 10GB and 20GB data.
Of course, you'll first have to hand over some cash to get your hands on the phone. For those after the smallest 16GB model, these tariffs come with a £259.99, £209.99, £149.99, £99.99, £49.99 and £19.99, respectively, whereas the 32GB model will cost £349.99, £289.99, £269.99, £199.99, £149.99 or £129.99 depending on which contract you choose.
Pricing for the 64GB model is even more expensive, with EE asking £419.99, £359.99, £349.99, £279.99, £249.99 or £229.99, respectively.
For those willing to forgo 4G to get their mitts on a cheaper contract, EE is also offering the iPhone 5S on its 3G-only Orange and T-Mobile networks. Both are offering two different tariffs, and Orange seems to have better deals than the crimson coloured T-Mobile network.
The Orange two tariffs come in at £37 and £42, which offer 1GB and 3GB of data and come with upfront costs of £119.99 and £99.99, respectively.
The iPhone 5S will be available from all UK mobile networks from Friday 20 September, and will also be available directly from Apple - if you don't mind queuing outside one of its stores on launch day or ordering online, that is.
Check out our iPhone 5S price, release date and where to buy roundup. µ
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