As per reports, British carrier EE is launching Apple’s newly released iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus phones on 25th September. These smartphones will be available to the new and existing customers on contract with an EE Extra Plan.
The reports reveal that the 16 GB iPhone 6S could be availed at £50 upfront and 24 months at £50 for 4 GB of data. The existing users of the carrier will get the same terms but the upfront cost is skipped for them.
On the other hand, the 16 GB iPhone 6S Plus will be available at £70 upfront and £55 a month for 10 GB of data. Here also, the upfront cost drops to £50 for the existing subscribers of EE carrier.
Those who are on EE Early Upgrade program will get a discount on their outstanding plan. On the other hand, if you are not on EE but your old plan runs out in 45 days, then also you can easily upgrade to the plan perhaps of pawning off your old device to a family member and adding a new 4G EE SIM for £8 a month with 12 month contract.
Through EE, the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus customers can connect to the biggest and fastest mobile network in UK, that offers world leading 4G LTE-A technology with high speeds and Wi-Fi calling. As per the chief marketing officer EE, Pippa Dunn, Apple’s new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus smartphones offer an exceptional smartphone experience that the customers will love and which will give them the best ever experience on our 4G network.