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iPhone 15 Black Friday deal that experts believe is the best yet

iPhone 15 Black Friday deal that experts believe is the best yet


Apple’s iPhone 15 is at the top of shopper’s Black Friday list.

The current sales mark the first time it has dropped since its release earlier this year. If you went into a shop and bought it outright, it would cost you £799 for just the phone but this Black Friday deal is a lot cheaper.




Spotted by tech experts on Mobiles.co.uk, The Express and The Mirror the deal from iD Mobile is £50 more than Apple’s handset-only price despite including 250GB of data each month for a whole two years. It costs £29.99 a month and includes the iPhone 15 (most importantly), 250GB of data, unlimited calls and texts.

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Apple usually shies away from dropping prices during Black Friday and instead only offers vouchers to use on separate purchases. It also works out £737 cheaper than a similar iPhone 15 deal over at EE, that only has 100GB of data too.

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However, shoppers have to pay an upfront fee of £129 which is not ideal for those on the hunt for a cheap deal in the sales but, it’s the top of the list when it comes to the best long-term deal.

Shop the iPhone 15 deal here.



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