iPhone 7 pre-orders are go!

iPhone 7 pre-orders are go!
9 September 2016

If you've been getting excited for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, then you'll be thrilled to learn that the pre-orders are go!

You'll already know that the headphone jack has indeed gone, and that the new Apple phone is waterproof.

If you're an existing Vodafone customer, or a new one, you'll be able to pre-order the new iPhone.

One notable thing with the Vodafone packages, is that the iPhones will come with Network Satisfaction Guarantee, which means that if you're not satisfied with your package, within 30 days of upgrading or joining them, you'll be able to cancel your contract.

If you want to see all the bundles that Vodafone are offering for the iPhone 7 and iPhone7 Plus, then you can click here and have a look for yourself.

Pre-orders can be done online, or in-store, and of course the whole thing is done on a first come, first served basis.

A number of the bundles need an up-front contribution of cold hard cash.

If you do the pre-order between 9th and 11th September, you can get a £53 per month bundle, and £30 up-front. You can also get Spotify, Sky Sports Mobile TV, or NOW TV for 24 months, thrown in too.

EE's website is currently down, thanks to the increased iPhone traffic, so we can't tell you much about that. Keep checking here.

A spokesperson from EE says: "Only on EE in the UK will iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus customers be able to benefit from the iPhone's CAT 9 functionality as a result of EE's high-speed, high-capacity EE 4G+ network - allowing them to achieve maximum speeds of up to 400Mbps. EE's Cat 9 network is rolling out now and will reach 500+ sites by December 2017."

Fascinating.

Three say: "If you choose to buy the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus on Three, you will benefit from 4G at no extra cost where available. Also, Feel at Home lets you call, text and use data in 42 countries abroad both in and outside of Europe (including the USA and Australia) as if you were in the UK, at no extra cost."

You can check Three's deals here, and again, there's money needed up-front. There's deals where you can get one for £99 up-front, and then £49 per month.

Or, there's an offer where you can pay £36 per month, and £149 up-front.

There's a load of deals, so you will have to look for yourselves and see what's best for you.

For all the information you could ever want about the new iPhone, and the new Apple Watches, click here.

TOPICS:   Mobile

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