Apple iPhone 5: UK Prices Revealed

Summary: Apple's latest iPhone retails from £529 for the handset only, while various operators have unveiled 24-month packages that add up to more than £1,000 over the life of the contract.

The iPhone 5 will sell for £529 in the UK for the 16GB version, Apple has revealed, as operators began announcing contract deals for the smartphone on Friday.

The newest edition of the iPhone, which features a bigger, 4-inch display and 4G LTE support, is available for pre-order now, with the formal release on 21 Sept. The 32GB SIM-only system expenses £599 from The apple company, while the 64GB system expenses £699.

Vodafone is providing the 16GB iPhone 5 on a 24-month agreement from £33 per month, with a one-off price of £149. The 64GB edition begins at the same price per month, with a £329 fee for it — a price tag of £1,121 over the course of the agreement.

The iPhone 5 is available on 24-month agreement from Three starting at £34 per month for the 16GB system, plus a £79 one-off price. For the 64GB system, the per month price begins at £40, with a one-off fee of £109.

Orange and T-Mobile have the 16GB iPhone 5 from £36 per month, with an preliminary system price of £109.

The iPhone 5 will also be available on Everything Everywhere's approaching 4G system, although expenses has yet to be verified. According to EE, people on a T-Mobile or Red plan will be able to change to a 4G agreement when the system releases.

O2 has yet to declare expenses plans for the iPhone 5.

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