iPhone 5, 16GB, T-Mobile, unlimited calls, texts and data, £299 up front, £21PM 12M (£551) @ Chitter Chatter

iPhone 5, 16GB, T-Mobile, unlimited calls, texts and data, £299 up front, £21PM 12M (£551) @ Chitter ChatterGet this iPhone 5 deal @ Chitter Chatter

This seems like an exceptional deal if you’re hunting for an iPhone 5 on contract. With an up-front cost of £299 and a monthly £21 to pay for a year, that’s just £551. I say “just” because the 16GB iPhone 5 costs £529 from Apple.

The monthly T-Mobile allowance includes unlimited calls, texts and data, but not tethering.

Available in black & slate and white & silver.

Free delivery.

(Thanks to jamesjamesjamesjamesjames at HUKD)

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Pondlife  Mar. 12, 2013 at 13:34

Now they must be getting those phones on a serious discount which raises questions about i5 sales

JanSt / MOD  Mar. 12, 2013 at 23:42

Now they must be getting those phones on a serious discount which raises questions about i5 sales

Well, yes.... or Apple smell some coffee? Little doubt that iPhone 5 sales were pretty darn peachy in Q4, but maybe the Cookster has a certain sense for reality after all? The Z is getting great reviews, and the SGS IV will sell like crazy. I don't think that offer is down to past sales or lack thereof... but yes, seems like they cut some corner. Mind you, iPhone 5 is cheaper here on contract.

Pondlife  Mar. 13, 2013 at 00:02

Well normally you'd see that kind of offer on a tariff they could make some money up on out of tariff charges but with unlimited everything...

Only £5.50/m (oh and the £300 upfront) more than they sell that tariff for on it's own (and even then it's regarded as a good deal), so £366 for the i5...

Probably another indication the the new one might be nearing launch, would think a reduced life cycle would hit resale values

JanSt / MOD  Mar. 13, 2013 at 00:08

Will see.... I doubt the adding of an "S" can sustain hype these days. The US of Apple aside, I reckon the Galaxy S IV will charge way, way ahead this year, while the S3 is still selling well, also.
Apple will have to adapt - at least to appease their sissy shareholders. They will still do well with an iPhone 5S, but perception is a tricky thing.

Pondlife  Mar. 13, 2013 at 01:00

Course deals like this could hit resale values too

JanSt / MOD  Mar. 13, 2013 at 11:24

Course deals like this could hit resale values too

True.

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