Published on February 20th, 2013 | by Guest Writer0
HOT Best IPhone Packages
Getting an iPhone can be a bit of a heavy investment. Whether you choose to go with a monthly plan or to go iPhone PAYG (pay as you go), you’re still going to end up spending a lot of cash. In order to save, you’re going to need to best phone package that you can get. So if you’re thinking about getting a new iPhone, whether it’s an older 4S model or a newer 5 model, then read on to find out which package might suit you best.
PAYG means that you’re going to have to pay the cost of your phone up front, making it a big initial investment. Right now, the best place to do this is with T-Mobile or Orange, both of which offer the older iPhone 4S model for £410.
If you already have your iPhone, and just need a SIM card to get going, then your best bet is probably to go with GiffGaff, who’ll give you a £12 a month plan that includes unlimited internet, unlimited texts and 250 minutes.
Best Full on Package
If you don’t want to put any money down, and you want your phone right now without having to pay exorbitant monthly fees, then your best bet is to go with T-Mobile. Their twenty four month contract is a long one, but it gives you fifty calling minutes, three thousand texts and 250 MB of data a month. The overall cost of the plan after twenty four months will be £522 for an iPhone 4S, which is a pretty good deal.
Best Short Deal
If you don’t want to be locked into a twenty four month contract, then your best bet is again to go with T-Mobile. They offer a twelve month contract that includes thirty calling minutes, three thousand texts and 250 MB of data monthly. The overall cost of the plan after twelve months will be around £540 for an iPhone 4S.
What You Should Look For…
All mobile service providers have special deals from time to time, so it’s perfectly possible that you can find even better deals than the ones we’ve just told you about. But before signing any contract, make sure that it has a few characteristics. If at all possible go for a twelve month contract over a twenty four month contract. It may mean paying a little more per month, but in the long run you may save money- do the math and figure it out. Be aware of seemingly “free” things that may not be what they seem. A contract that has you paying for 500 calling minutes per month might seem great, but it’s not if you use only ten calling minutes per month. Make sure the contract is as closely tailored to your needs as possible so that you’re not spending on things that you don’t need. On the other hand, make sure that it does have things that are necessary to you. If you’re a heavy internet user, then unlimited data is going to be a great deal for you, and is going to end up saving you money on per MB data charges.