Top Rated Contracts
'All you can eat' iPhone 6 16GB
Three's bread & butter all you can eat tariff offers maximum value for those internet junkies with a serious case of the talkies
Premium Entertainment for all!
Vodafone are offering all new iPhone contract customers 6 -24 months of either Now TV, Spotify Premium or Sky Sports Mobile. Class act Vodafone!
2GB Plan iPhone 6 - 16GB
O2 doesn't charge a premium upfront for this reasonably equipped iPhone contract, with unlimited text and talk time there is plenty for your money.
2GB Plan iPhone 6 - 16GB
With a little more capacity you might actually be able to store some stuff on this phone, you get a decent 2GB data & unlimited text & talk contract.
We compare the contracts so you don't have to! ...Well, maybe just a bit
Just can't get that thought of having the beautiful new iPhone 6 or 6 plus in your hand? Don't be taken for a mug paying too much or not getting the package deal you really need for the price that's right.
Congratulations you are viewing brand new 4G iPhone 6 Contracts, have a piece of cake!
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We have selected three of the cheapest and best value contracts from each of the major networks, to see more detail and visit the contract page on the networks own site click the 'see deal' link and a new tab will be opened.
iPhone 6 Contracts
Keep your number on your new iPhone 6 - How to get your PAC number
Let cheapest iPhone contracts share a nugget of wisdom on the topic. Your PAC or Port Authority Code is a nine digit code which by law your mobile phone operators have to give you in order to allow you to switch your number between operators. If you are simply switching sims or contracts within the same operator just call them and ask them to switch it over for you. Armed with your PAC code you simply need need to call up your new network and recite the code for them and they will do the rest. The process of switching your number over to your shiney new sim should take up to 24 hours with little or no downtime. Its simple and a preferable practice in keeping your contact details the same.
You will need to call the customer services department of your current network.
For those on the big five networks, call the following numbers:
- 3 (Three): 333 from your mobile (or 0843 373 3333 from a landline)
- O2: 202 from your mobile (or 0844 809 0202 from a landline)
- EE: 150 from your EE phone or 07953 966 250 from any other phone
- Orange Pay Monthly: 150 from your mobile (or 07973 100 450 from a landline)
- Orange Pay As You Go: 450 from your mobile (or 07973 100 450 from a landline)
- T-Mobile: 150 from your mobile (or 0845 412 5000 from a landline)
- Vodafone: 191 from your mobile (or 0870 0700 191 from a landline)
iPhone 6 - Making your decision which are the cheapest iPhone contracts for you?
We believe in not over complicating things that's why we are limiting our listings to three contracts per network per capacity increment (GB basically) 16GB, 64GB and 128GB on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus models.
~ Since the introduction of iMessaging and the proliferation of data based messaging from the likes of WhatsApp? Facebook messenger and Viber the need for text allowance has been quickly eroded. Networks now just have to worry about talk time and data on their iPhone Contracts which makes it simpler for you.
~ One thing we have found all the way back since iOS5 is that iOS has become more data intensive with the notifications and location settings on which secretly eat your data all day long which is why we recommend contract plans with at least 1GB of internet allowance as I can tell you as formerly a user on a 500MB plan I was shocked that half way through the month I wouldn't have enough data to see me till the billing date so honestly choosing the cheapest contract could be the most costly contract if you exceed your allowances especially seeing as 4G makes it that little bit easier to consume data on the fly.
I think you will agree that the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models are the hottest, sexiest phones to hit the market in like forever! Now all I need to do is compose myself before my date with Siri.
Orange Wednesday for the Chop!
The offer, which allows Orange and EE customers to get two cinema tickets for the price of one on Wednesdays, and which was launched more than 10 years ago is to sadly come to an end in February 2015. New offers from EE to come? Watch this space!
Were you surprised when this one was announced? Are you thinking of getting one?
Could Apple be about to bring the watch main stream again? With the proliferation of the mobile phone the wristwatch has somewhat suffered outside of the usual wardrobe of the sharp professional types. No longer checking the wrist for a clue as to the time using your phone provided another outlet for keeping time as well as satisfying our need to see if anyone cares enough to give us some inbox love!
iPad Air 2
When Apple introduced us to the new iPad Air with it's redesigned slimmer profile we weren't expecting that one year later they would manage to refine it yet further to take another 1.4mm off the already trim device and knock another 20g off the weight but Apple isn't afraid to prove they mean 'Air thin'.
iPhone 6 or 6 Plus?
It's not like you Apple to give us a choice?
So we have it, two new iPhone devices the 6 or the 6 plus and they are certainly seeing some rock star success with all the pent up demand from the Apple fan base for larger screened devices. The question is, is the iPhone 6 big enough or will you go all out for an iPhablet?
App of the month
Zite is a fantastic personalised magazine app which allows you to choose your favourite topics, Zite learns your interests and reading habits and gets smarter as you use it. You'll get the best of the web completely tailored to your unique set of interests. And best of all it's completely free!
Apple Pay another Day?
So we were all excited for ApplePay when it was announced, who wouldn't be excited about paying for their shopping with their iPhone and the security of their finger print to validate a speedy translation! Well it seems like the States is getting the beta as a UK roll out is still not on the cards! So don't cut up your plastic just yet!