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Cheap iPhones Comparison & tips - iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, 5S, 5C

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The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus have landed and are now available to buy, after months of build-up. Of course, iPhones aren't MoneySaving, so it pays to carefully consider which is the right deal before splashing out.

The new iPhones are now available to buy and we have started adding the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus tariffs to our tool. It may be better to wait until more are available to get a cheaper deal. For extra help, and information on the older iPhone 5, 5S and 5C handsets, see our top iPhone need-to-knows section.

Looking for a Samsung Galaxy S5 or S4? Check out our Samsung comparison tool to find the cheapest deal. Or for other phones see the Cheap Mobiles guide.

Prices update automatically at 9am daily - please be aware prices can change in the meantime.

Compare all iPhone monthly contract deals, or see Sim-only deals.

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The iPhone 5 is available from Friday 21 September, though you can pre-order it now. Available prices have been added to the tool, we’ll add more when they’re released.

We’ll give you a heads up in the free MoneySavingExpert.com weekly email when we have a full iPhone 5 comparison.

Do you need the latest iPhone?
iPhone 3GS and iPhone 4 prices have fallen considerably since the launch of the iPhone 4S. The iPhone 4 and the 4S aren't that dissimilar, and the 3GS is still a decent smartphone so consider these instead.
Shorter contracts are cheaper.
Signing up for a 12-month contract often works out cheaper overall, as it gives you the freedom to switch sooner, to either a Sim-only or PAYG deal. Be aware that 12-month contracts come with a hefty upfront cost though.
How much data do I need?

Using mobile internet on your smartphone uses data (measured in MB). The average person uses around 500MB, though this depends on how much you use the web on your phone.

BillMonitor suggests the following:
  • Occasional user: 50MB/month. With this, you can roughly: surf the web for 5 hours, send and receive 900 emails (without attachments), download 6 music tracks, or download 25 photos.
  • Regular user: 200MB/month. With this, you can roughly: surf the web for 20 hours, send and receive 3,600 emails (without attachments), download 26 music tracks, or download 100 photos.
  • Frequent user: 1GB/month (1,000MB). You can roughly: surf the web for 100 hours, send and receive 18,000 emails (without attachments), download 130 music tracks, or download 500 photos.
Make sure you pinpoint your exact usage, as if you'll exceed your allowance you'll be overpaying for the data. If you use less than your allowance, you'll be overpaying for the package.

There aren't many truly unlimited packages. Most have a fair usage cap of 3GB.
How many texts do I need?

The average user needs 250 texts a month, according to comparison BillMonitor – less than many would imagine. We've set the tool to 250 texts, but if you think you use more or less than this, adjust the slider accordingly.

Make sure you pinpoint your exact usage. If you go over your allowance, you'll overpay for the calls. If you use less, you'll be overpaying for the package.

There aren't many truly unlimited packages. Most have a fair usage cap of 3,000 texts.
How many minutes do I need?

About 300 mins a month is what the average user needs, according to comparison BillMonitor - a lot less than most people think. We've set the tool to 300 mins, but if you think you use more or less than this, move the slider accordingly.

Make sure you pinpoint your exact usage. If you go over your allowance, you'll overpay for the calls. If you use less, then you'll be overpaying for the package.

There aren't many truly unlimited packages. Most have a fair usage cap of 3,000 mins.

Want a 4G tariff?

We receive the info for our iPhone comparison tool in a data feed from the various networks and retailers. Unfortunately, because of the way the tool is populated and the way retailers give us the info, we're unable to specify whether a tariff is 4G or 3G. So if you're looking for a 4G tariff, click through and check first.

There's more info on 4G in the guide below.

The top iPhone need-to-knows

Apple unveiled its latest iPhones - the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus - in early September, and both are available to buy in stores now. Outright, prices start from £539 for the iPhone 6, and £619 for the iPhone 6 Plus.

But which phone is best? And how do you choose the right contract? Our iPhone need-to-knows should help you decide, as well as giving you some tips on selling your old phone and getting the most out of your current tariff.

1. Find the right phone for you

Ask yourself what you really want from your phone, and what features are important to you. iPhones are popular and well-reviewed, but they aren't cheap - so getting one is a decision you should weigh up carefully. Older iPhones often drop in price following the launch of a new model, so consider whether you really want the latest handset.

Below, we've compared the features for each model.

Choose a handset

Apple iPhone 6

The latest incarnation of Apple’s flagship smartphone

  • Operating system: iOS 8
  • Processor: A8 chip
  • Screen size / sharpness: 4.7in / 326 ppi
  • Weight: 129g
  • Camera: 8MP (rear), 1.2MP (front)
  • Internal Memory: 16GB/64GB/128GB
  • Colours: silver, gold, space grey

Apple's latest iPhone provides what a number of iOS users have been looking for - a larger screen. Reviews have generally been positive and its top-notch design makes it look like a premium product. In summary, it's a bigger, more powerful iPhone 5S with a better camera and a wireless payments feature.

Tech website CNET says the iPhone 6 is "the overdue screen upgrade and feature boost that last year's iPhone 5S wasn't" and concludes it's "an excellent upgrade for any iPhone 5 owner".

This year's new iPhones work with Apple Pay, a wireless payment system that operates through 'near field communication' technology. When Apple Pay is rolled out in retailers across the UK (dates yet to be announced), you'll be able to pay for purchases with any iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, validated using the Touch ID fingerprint sensor.

The iPhone 6 has an improved camera, plus super-slow-motion video capture - another new feature. For fitness fanatics, there's also an improved M8 'motion copressor' chip, which allows more advanced tracking of physical activity.

Running Apple's newest operating system iOS 8, in addition to the new A8 processor chip, the iPhone 6 runs smoothly and can handle demanding games and apps with ease. Prices start at £539 for the 16GB model, running up to £699 for the 128GB model.

Who would this phone suit? For iPhone fans, this is a satisfying update to Apple's mobile range. However, unless you're set on a bigger screen you might want to stick with your iPhone 5S. For anyone else after a luxurious, feature-packed phone, the iPhone 6 ticks most of the boxes.

iPhone 6 top picks Compare all iPhone 6 deals

Apple iPhone 6 Plus

The largest iPhone ever, competing in the 'phablet' market

  • Operating system: iOS 8
  • Processor: A8 chip
  • Screen size / sharpness: 5.5in / 401 ppi
  • Weight: 172g
  • Camera: 8MP (rear), 1.2MP (front)
  • Internal Memory: 16GB/64GB/128GB
  • Colours: silver, gold, space grey

The iPhone 6 Plus is Apple’s offering to the fans out there of so-called ‘phablets’ (smartphone/tablet hybrids, dubbed such because of their size). With a 5.5-inch screen, it's comparable in size to Samsung's Note 4, although with a higher-end design. It packs all the features and improvements of the iPhone 6, but is a fair bit larger.

With excellent reviews, so far it's been popular with the media. TechRadar says: "The iPhone 6 Plus answers the ever growing demand for a larger-screened, high definition iPhone - something we've been waiting for for years."

Thanks to its size the 6 Plus houses a bigger battery than the 6, giving it a longer battery life. Optical image stabilisation, which improves results in low-light photography, is another feature that gives it an edge over its little brother.

You'll pay for these privileges though, as the 6 Plus costs £80-90 more than an iPhone 6 with the same hard-drive capacity. For the phone out-of-contract, prices start at £619 for the 16GB model, going up to a staggering £789 for the 128GB model.

Who would this phone suit? Because of its immense size the iPhone 6 Plus isn't for everyone. But for those who want a powerful phone with a premium design and a big screen - and are willing to pay for it - it deserves serious consideration.

iPhone 6 Plus top picks Compare all iPhone 6 Plus deals

Apple iPhone 5S

Last year's flagship iPhone, with fingerprint ID

  • Operating system: iOS 8
  • Processor: A7 chip
  • Screen size / sharpness: 4in / 326 ppi
  • Weight: 112g
  • Camera: 8MP (rear), 1.2MP (front)
  • Internal Memory: 16GB/32GB/64GB
  • Colours: silver, gold, space grey

The iPhone 5S was last year's flagship smartphone from Apple but offered minimal improvements on the iPhone 5. The design is pretty similar with a few new features thrown in. Tech blog Engadget summed it up: "The iPhone 5s is an evolution of the iPhone 5, and isn't necessarily a must-have."

New features over the previous year's model included the faster A7 chip, an improved camera and most significant of all Touch ID - a fingerprint sensor for authorising iTunes and App Store purchases on your phone.

Since launching the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, Apple has reduced the cost of the 5S to £459 and mobile networks will likely follow suit with their tariffs soon enough.

Who would this phone suit? The recent drop in price of the iPhone 5S makes it a good alternative for those who want a solid phone and like the iOS operating system, but don't need the latest handset.

iPhone 5S top picks Compare all iPhone 5S deals

Apple iPhone 5C

A more colourful, slightly stripped-down version of the iPhone 5S

  • Operating system: iOS 8
  • Processor: A6 chip
  • Screen size / sharpness: 4in / 326 ppi
  • Weight: 132g
  • Camera: 8MP (rear), 1.2MP (front)
  • Internal Memory: 8GB/16GB/32GB
  • Colours: white, pink, yellow, blue, green

The iPhone 5C is Apple's cheaper alternative to the iPhone 5S, with a plastic casing instead of an aluminium body. It comes in a variety of bright colours, and now ships with iOS 8 as standard.

The internals of the handset more closely reflect those of the iPhone 5 than the 5S, which was released around the same time in 2013, with the same processor chip. One advantage over the 5 is 4G capability on all the major UK networks.

Since the launch of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Apple has dropped the price for the 5C to £319 for the 8GB base model; expect providers to do the same with their tariffs in the coming months.

Who would this phone suit? As Apple's cheap and cheerful option, it's ideal for those who want a bit of colour with their tech, but don't mind having a less powerful phone with slightly outdated hardware.

iPhone 5C top picks Compare all iPhone 5C deals

2. Match your tariff to your usage

According to BillMonitor, 76% of people are on the wrong contract. Use too few minutes, data or texts and you'll overpay for the contract each month. Yet go over your allowance and the extra charges are costly.

Analyse how many minutes, texts and how much data you're likely to use to get the right tariff. If you're new to smartphones, expect to use much more data than before. Here's a rough guide, based on figures from BillMonitor, to help you determine which type of user you are:

  • Low user. Uses about 250 mins, 500 texts and 200MB of data per month
  • Average user. Uses about 500 mins, 100 texts and 1GB of data per month
  • High user. Uses about 1,000 mins, 1,000 texts and 3GB of data per month

For info on how to calculate your exact usage, read the Cheap Mobiles guide.

3. Buy a handset upfront and save

Unless you're a heavy user, a standalone handset with a Sim-only deal can often be the cheapest option. There are many one-month rolling contract Sim-only deals available, so you're not tied in - you only pay for what you use. See Sim-only deals for the best.

Already have a Sim-only deal from an old phone? Unless you buy a handset for that network, to put it in a new handset you'll need to "unlock" it from its pre-set network provider. For some phones this can be free, or it could cost up to £30 - for more info, see Mobile Unlocking.

You can get cheap handsets from retailers such as Argos or Play.com. Use the MegaShopBot to quickly compare prices.

4. Don't overestimate how much memory you need

All iPhone models come with different amounts of internal memory - the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in 16GB, 64GB and 128GB. See Apple's website* for exact pricing, but generally with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus you'll pay £80 to go up a size.

Be careful not overestimate how much memory you'll need and go for a more expensive model 'just to be safe'. Media is more readily available for streaming online now - for example, via Spotify and Netflix - and there's less of a need to store content on your device (remember to get the right tariff if you’re planning on using a lot of data though). It depends on the quality of the files, but as a rule of thumb 16GB can hold around 3,500 songs or 20 hours of video, which is plenty for a lot of people.

Having said that, unlike other smartphones such as the Samsung S5, iPhones don't have memory card slots so you can't expand the storage if you want more down the line. Apple gives iPhone users 5GB of storage space in iCloud free of charge, which isn't much, but if you do run out of space you can often find free online storage elsewhere.

5. Think about whether you need 4G

4G, also known as LTE or Long Term Evolution, is a lightning-quick internet connection for mobile devices, which allows you to browse the net on your phone up to five times faster than with 3G.

Check with your chosen provider whether you can actually get 4G where you live before signing up. To get 4G, as well as being in an area that can receive a 4G signal, you’ll also need a 4G tariff and a 4G-compatible handset. The iPhone 5S, 5C, 6 and 6 Plus are all 4G-compatible.

Important. Because of the way retailers give us data for the iPhone tool, we’re unable to specify whether a tariff is 4G or 3G. If you’re looking for a 4G tariff, click through and check first.

6. Make sure you've the right size Sim

Daring to be different, Apple went against the grain with its iPhones, designing them to take a smaller Sim card.

For the iPhone 4 and 4S (and its iPads), Apple adopted the smaller-than-standard-size "micro-Sim". With the launch of the iPhone 5 came the arrival of a yet smaller Sim card - the "nano-Sim". This is also used in the iPhone 5C, 5S, 6 and 6 Plus. Because it's a lot smaller, if you have an iPhone 4 or 4S you won’t be able to simply swap Sim cards.

Differences in Sim card sizes

If you're upgrading from another handset to a newer iPhone, you could ask your network provider to exchange Sim cards, or try one of their shops, which should have nano-Sims available.

7. Shorter contracts usually win overall

Although they're harder to come by these days, 12-month contracts that come with a handset usually work out cheaper overall than 24-month contracts, even though they often carry bigger upfront and monthly costs. They also also give you more flexibility, so if you want to switch network or upgrade your phone, you won't have to wait so long.

Having said that, what gives most flexibilty and is usually cheapest in the long run is to buy the phone upfront and get a cheap rolling Sim-only deal. If you haven't got the cash to pay upfront, consider taking a longer contract with a "free" phone. But look at overall value - contracts with no upfront cost often mean paying more overall.

8. Try haggling for a better deal

Haggling on monthly mobile phone contracts can slash the price you pay. If you have a contract deal and you're nearing the end of your fixed term, the network will be frantic to keep you, so it's the best time to haggle. Long-term customers have a better chance at success here.

Our poll found the best mobile providers to haggle with are Virgin Mobile, Vodafone and Orange. See our guide on How To Negotiate to help you get a better deal. Bear in mind though it's harder to haggle on a contract for a new phone, especially one in as much demand as new iPhones are.

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9. Get a cheap Sim-only deal

Already got an iPhone? If you're out of contract, you could stand to make serious savings by switching to a Sim-only tariff.

The main benefit of switching is that you won't pay an extra monthly cost for a handset - so your tariff price and overall costs will drop significantly.

Alternatively, if you're looking to buy a new iPhone and have the cash for the handset from Apple* (from £539 for the iPhone 6, and from £619 for the iPhone 6 Plus) it's worth considering.

Below are some of the top Sim-only offerings.

GiffGaff

Giffgaff*
Cheapest 30-day Sim-only deal

Our top pick Sim-only deal, Giffgaff*, offers a range of deals suitable for low users up to smartphone addicts who eat through hefty allowances. Tethering is not allowed, however.

The company offers deals via a range of 'goody bags' with prices that start from £5/mth. For example, one popular goody bag gets you unlimited texts, 1GB data and 500 minutes for £10/mth (its prices increased in September - see the MSE News Story Giffgaff's Goodybags are changing for full info). For high users, it has another goody bag at £20/month for unlimited texts, unlimited data and 2,000 minutes. The 16GB iPhone 6 itself is £539 from Apple*. If you can't afford this, Giffgaff may begin offering financing plans as it has with previous iPhones.

Giffgaff uses O2's network, so is available in most of the UK, but Sims will only work in phones that are unlocked (as those direct form Apple are) or on O2. So if your phone is locked to Vodafone, for example, you will need to get it unlocked to get Giffgaff's Sim to work in it.

Although 4G data is not yet standard in GiffGaff's bundles, customers can opt-in to trial it and eventually the network will introduce 4G tariffs - expect to pay more for the speed though. Nano Sim cards are also available, which are compatible with newer iPhones.

Three Mobile

Three Mobile*
Cheapest contract Sim-only deal

Three's basic Sim-only* deal costs £7/month on a 12-month contract. You'll get 200 mins to UK landlines and mobiles, unlimited texts and 500MB of data. That's not much to get by on but should be enough for low users.

Tethering is permitted, and will be deducted from your allowance as if you were using data directly on your phone. Sims are available in all sizes including nano, so will work just fine in newer iPhones.

Three mobile

Virgin Mobile*
Cheap Sim-only deal for high users with max flexibility

If you're practically glued to your phone, Virgin Mobile's* £15/mth Unlimited VIP Sim-only tariff gives you unlimited minutes, unlimited texts and 2GB data/mth. Plus it's on a 30-day rolling contract, handy if you'd rather not be locked in for a year.

Few people need unlimited minutes and text, so consider if it's really worth paying for. It's available on standard, micro and nano Sims - there's a 99p delivery charge for the Sim, though this is free if you've got Virgin Media cable. If you want monthly bills by post, it's an extra £1.50/mth.

To see this deal, click the link above, then click 'No I don't', when asked if you've got Virgin broadband, TV or home phone.

You can use your existing handset, but only if it's already on Virgin's network or unlocked. Read the Mobile Unlocking guide for full help if your phone needs unlocking.

10. Don't overestimate how much data you need

Smartphones are fast becoming the norm. If you use your phone to constantly search the web, you need to watch the amount of data you use. As more data-hungry apps are released, it's fair to question whether you'll chomp through your data allowance quickly each month and wind up paying a wedge for more.Apps on a smart phone

For checking emails, looking at Facebook and watching the odd YouTube video, 500MB should be more than enough.

To give you a rough idea, MSE's Eesha says: "I have 500MB a month. I tend to use close to this limit but never go over. I generally just use Whatsapp, Facebook, emails, and check deals apps like Groupon, Wowcher, Quidco and the Paypal app."

Downloading videos, TV shows or other web-heavy apps may take you over your limit and cause you to incur heavy charges.

If you're worried about data use, try using the free Onavo app mentioned below.

11. Sneaky app gets you more from your data allowance

Heavy downloaders could end up paying out BIG if they exceed their download allowance. Some providers charge as much as 60p/MB if you go over your inclusive data limit.

Onavo Android app

Try the free app Onavo, which says it compresses data when web-browsing and using other apps such as Facebook and Twitter. This means the same amount of surfing will only use a fraction of your data allowance, avoiding any hefty fees.

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12. Sell your old phone to fund your new one

Selling your old mobile could help you recoup some of the cost of your new one. There are two ways you can do this:

Flog your mobile for more

There's huge demand for secondhand iPhones, so it's very much a seller's market. Perhaps unsurprisingly, eBay* should be your first port of call if you're willing to put in a bit of (virtual) legwork. At the time of writing, an unlocked 16GB iPhone 5S in decent nick could fetch between £260 and £300, and an 8GB iPhone 5C about £235.

Flog your mobile in a hurry

If you want a guaranteed amount of cash to put towards your next handset (or something else entirely), mobile recycling sites are an easy option.

To save you the hassle of going door-to-door, our MobileValuer tool compares how much each of the big players will offer for your old phone, whether it's working or broken. Usually you'll get a bit less than what you'd get if you listed the phone on eBay. For example, at the time of writing the most you'd get for recycling a 16GB iPhone 5S is £250.

Here are links to some of the most popular phones recycled for cash using the MobileValuer:


13. Don't forget insurance savings

Accidents can and do happen. Because mobiles are worth so much more to us these days (and they cost a lot more), if you lose 'em, break 'em or have 'em nicked, it can be costly to replace them.

Insurers play on this fear with hefty prices and unnecessary cover. Yet you can get cheap insurance for your iPhone from £65/year.

Read the full Mobile Insurance guide for full info and best buys.

14. Check coverage in your area

The quality of the signal you'll receive will depend on where you are. Across all the networks, big cities and towns should all have a decent 3G signal - and some may have 4G - while those in rural areas can struggle.

All the networks have coverage checkers on their sites, but these tend to be optimistic. Ofcom's research into 3G constitutes the most up-to-date objective info we have on coverage - view its 3G coverage map to see what signal strength will be like in your area.

15. Consider a secondhand or refurbished handset

Don't forget to check out secondhand models on eBay*. As an example, at the time of writing you can get a used 16GB iPhone 5S in good condition for between £260 and £300 on eBay, compared with a new one from Apple which costs £459. Make sure it's unlocked (see Mobile Unlocking for full info) though, so you can take advantage of super-cheap Sim-only tariffs.

It's also possible to get refurbished handsets on eBay or through some resellers online. These work just as new phones and come in new condition, plus they typically come with a manufacturer's warranty. Bear in mind that used handsets on eBay usually don't come with warranties.

16. Watch out for auto-insurance

Some retailers, including Buy Mobile Phones and One Stop Phone Shop, automatically add insurance to a mobile phone contract when you sign up online, regardless of whether you want it or not.

This has stung quite a few MSE users, so be sure to read all the small print, thoroughly, before clicking the 'buy' button.

These insurance policies are normally more expensive than standard insurance, and as there's not usually an 'opt out' option - you must remember to cancel it as soon as you get your phone.

If you cancel over the phone, ask the company to email you with confirmation of the cancellation, so you have it in writing too. Read the full Mobile Insurance guide for how to get the cheapest standalone mobile cover.

17. Protect your iPhone and its data

Losing your data, photos and contacts is a nightmare. Yet there are a number of easy ways to protect your mobile and data, many of which are free.

Sim card padlock

Regardless of how expensive your phone is, the info you've got stored on it can also be mega-valuable, and it's a nightmare (and probably a lost cause) to retrieve contacts, photos, apps, games, messages back after losing a handset.

To beat this, free services can back up this crucial info before you lose it.

18. Make use of free wi-fi

Rather than using up your monthly download allowance, when you're out and about, find a free wi-fi hotspot to use instead.

McDonald's, Starbucks and Wetherspoon pubs all offer free wi-fi access, plus check My Hotspots, Free Hotspot, and Hotspot Locations for more. There are thousands of free, legal wireless hotspots around the UK. See the Cheap Mobile Broadband guide for more info.

19. Get extra cashback on top

It's often possible to grab extra cashback on top when you sign up for a mobile phone contract. To get it, you need to sign up via a specialist cashback website rather than directly with the network provider. Cashback websites use affiliate links to generate revenue, so if they get paid when you sign up, you'll get paid.

Unfortunately this cash is never guaranteed, as sometimes cashback sites don't track deals in progress, so it's generally best to pick the right tariff first and view any cashback as an added extra. To find out more about how these sites can pay you, and how you can make the most of them, read the full Cashback Sites guide.

Retailer redemption cashback. Don't confuse cashback sites with cashback you can get directly through a retailer, through redemption. This kind of cashback isn't straightforward, and can often require you to send several copies of your monthly bills on certain days.

We rarely include these kinds of deals, unless they're super-cheap. If we do include them, they'll be mentioned in the free MoneySavingExpert.com weekly email.

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