Vodafone has released an incredible new offer for the iPhone 11. The company offers its customers the opportunity to secure a new handset with 256 GB of built-in memory for the same price as the 64 GB entry-level model.
Apple sold the 256GB iPhone 11 for £ 709 in its store prior to the launch of the iPhone 13 – so you’re effectively getting a £ 220 discount by getting that huge amount of storage for the same price as the entry-level 64GB iPhone 11 save £ 489 SIM free. With 256GB of storage, you don’t have to worry about running out of storage while capturing pictures or 4K video, downloading box sets from Netflix for a flight, or building a collection of games.
Vodafone currently offers iPhone fans four times the storage space for a number of its monthly contracts. The lowest monthly price for this offer is £ 28 per month for a 24 month contract. In return, you get a monthly 5G data volume of 25 GB, although there is an upfront cost of £ 49.99.
Alternatively, you can prepay £ 9.99 to secure a £ 30 per month contract with a huge 100GB of 5G data. Finally, if you’d rather not pay an upfront fee, you can get the 100GB share of 5G data for £ 32 a month. All of these Vodafone contracts offer unlimited minutes and unlimited SMS.
They’re all 24 months old too, which is pretty standard on UK airlines.
These iPhone 11 deals also include a three-month free trial of Apple TV +.
If you’ve never tried Apple’s rival Netflix, you can catch up on award-winning shows like Ted Lasso and The Morning Show.
Mobile Phones Direct also offers free next day delivery so you can get your shiny new iPhone home quickly.
At the time of writing, the iPhone 11 256GB model is in stock with Mobile Phones Direct in white, yellow, green and purple.
The black and (PRODUCT) Red 256 GB models are currently sold out.
The iPhone 11 has a 6.1-inch Liquid Retina HD display, a dual 12 MP rear camera, and the ability to record 4K video. However, it’s important to note that the iPhone 11 was the last Apple phone to feature an LCD screen.
With the iPhone 12 series, Apple has switched all of its smartphones to OLED screens, which offer more vivid colors and deep blacks.