For years, Apple has ruled almost ruthlessly the very top of the smartphone market, commanding high prices and keeping contract costs high.
However, since the launch of the iPhone 5 in September last year, we’ve seen some major changes in the market with some shocking pricing.
BuyMobilePhone sells the 16GB version of the smartphone for a mere £26 per month with an upfront fee of £90, that is equivalent to £29.75 per month on a two year contract which is the cheapest monthly fee we’ve seen yet for that phone.
The plan is available on T-Mobile’s and comes with 300 minutes, unlimited texts and a chunky 1GB data which will be more than enough for light users.
The iPhone 5 sports a brand new design which sheds away the glass back in a bid to lose weight and reduce its thickness.
Apple has, however, increased the screen size and resolution to 4in and 1,138 x 640 pixels respectively. Other improvements include a much faster processor, the Apple A6, 4G/LTE compatibility and iOS6.1.
You can read a review of the Apple iPhone 5 here and find out more about rumours of a potential followup, the iPhone 5S, which many believe should be out soon.