A month ago, Apple was unveiling its new pair of iPhones, which many fans have been waiting for so long, and they were anxious to test the new 3D Touch feature that has been integrated into the screens of these devices. Last year, Apple made the first big change, increasing the screen size of the iPhone 6 to 4.7-inch. And this wasn’t enough, because Apple introduced us its first iPhone phablet with a 5.5-inch screen. The successors came with an identical design, but their specs have been upgraded. And now they’re available worldwide, but we’ll tell about the best deals you can get for the iPhone 6 Plus.
The German fans will be able to buy the iPhone 6S Plus from Amazon.de, where they’ll find the 16GB variant in gray and silver at a price of €729.00, while the gold version is found at a price of €755.65. The 64GB variant in gold costs €847.85, while the silver and gray variants cost €849.00. This means that the cheapest model costs around $825, while on the official website of Apple, the phone costs $749.
The 16GB variant is available through Vodafone with a monthly subscription of £44 plus 2GB of data, but after the end of two years of contract, the phone will cost £1,056. Those who’ll buy the 64GB model will get 20GB of data, but they’ll pay £49.99 per month, which results in a total cost of £1,199.76. The 128GB model comes with a monthly subscription of £59.99 and 20GB of data, while the total costs will reach £1,439.76.
EE charges its customers £50 upfront for the 16GB model, but they will get 1000 minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB of data for £34.99 per month, while the total costs will be £889.76 after two year. Those who’ll buy the 64GB model will get unlimited calls, unlimited texts and 20GB of data for £49.99 per month, with a total cost of £1,199.76. As for the 128GB model, the monthly subscription is £59.99, but the users have the same benefits as those who opt for the 64GB models. However, after two years, the total costs will be extended to £1,439.76.
The monthly subscription for the 16GB model is £49pm, and the users get unlimited calls, unlimited texts and 5GB of data, while the total costs will be £1,176. The 64GB model has a monthly subscription of £54, but the users have the same benefits, only that the total cost will be £1,296 after 24 months. The deal for the 128GB model is pretty nice as well, as the monthly subscription is £59, which accumulated for the two years of contract, reaches £1,416.