31-01-2015 08:18 AM
PAYG SIM card topup to £21 and fill out this link.
31-01-2015 05:41 PM
31-01-2015 06:06 PM
31-01-2015 06:52 PM - edited 31-01-2015 06:54 PM
I'm sorry but your logic is actually flawed, you do not save £600 at all.
- iPhone 6 Plus(16GB model) - £619
- 12 Month SIMO(Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Text Messages with 10GB data) - £27.99
- Pay Monthly Plan(Unlimited Minutes, Unlimited Text Messages with 10GB data, including iPhone 6 Plus) - £43.99, with a upfront payment of £229.99 for the phone
Pay Monthly Charge;
£43.99 × 24 = £1055.76 + £229.99 = £1285.75
SIMO Price Plan with iPhone 6 Plus brought direct from Apple;
£27.99 × 12 = £335.88 + £619 = £954.88
£27.99 × 24 = £671.76 + £619 = £1290.76
So you save £330.87 if you was to buy the iPhone from Apple directly, but then you're only on a 12 month plan. If you was to stay with the same price plan over 24 months and pay for the iPhone directly from Apple, you actually loose £5.01.
So your logic of saving over £600 is actually incorrect.
01-02-2015 12:07 AM
The difference from i Phone to i Phone is quite small in most areas. I know people always want the better phone. The 6S will be better than the 6 and the i Phone 7 should be a lot better than the i Phone 5, 5S, 6,and 6S. At the end of the day its just a smart phone. Its not going to change your life.
Every EE ad. I've read seem to want to charge me £48 to £75 + for a 24 month contract or hundreds up front and about £38 per month. I would rather buy from Apple and get a cheap sim deal - which saves me about £600 per 24 months.
And no, having purchased over 230 i Phone in the last 18 months,
I don't like 'em. I use a BlackBerry phone. You can drop them and they keep on working. Why use a touch keypad? I would rather have a PC.
01-02-2015 12:28 AM
£619 + (£8 x 24mths.) = £811 or £33.79 per month a saving of £600 on a typical EE 24 month contract of £58.79 per month.
We have all read the ads. and can do the maths...
01-02-2015 09:34 AM
So you only need 1GB but EE doesn't offer 1GB sim only plans. Let's compare 500MB and 2GB plans. To be fair.
500MB plan with iPhone 6 16GB version
Upfront is £129.99 monthly charge is £35.99. So..
£129.99 + (£35.99 × 24) = £993.75
Sim Only Deal with buying iPhone from Apple.
Phone costs £539 Monthly Charge is £9.99. So..
£539 + (£9.99 × 24) = £778.76
Difference is a saving of £214.99 if buy direct from Apple. No where close to the £600 your stating.
Now let's try wGB plan as you said you need 1GB so 500MB might not be enough so you'll need more.
iPhone 6 16GB.
Upfront £89.99 Monthly Charge £43.99
£89.99 + (£43.99 × 24) = £1145.75
Phone costs £539 Monthly Charge £15.99
£539 + (£15.99 × 24) = £922.76
Difference is a saving of £222.99. Do again no where near the £600 saving you keep saying.
But like @Burge said. Not everyone can afford to pay £539 up front.
01-02-2015 09:35 AM
I'm really not going to spend hours arguing with you on the matter, especially in such a public forum.
I'm not sure where you're finding your information but the "typical" EE plan is not £58.79; they don't even have a price plan with that value.
The price plan is actually £53.99 with a handset cost of £59.99, which is £4.80 cheaper than you are quoting.
The reason you seem to think that its cheaper to go direct to Apple is because as you have already advised, you have a £8 SIMO with limited minutes and text messages, while people don't want limited.
So in reality you pay for what you want.
01-02-2015 09:47 AM
01-02-2015 09:53 AM
01-02-2015 09:53 AM
That'll be @timwhite and is flawed reasoning 😎