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Apple iPhone 15 Plus 5G 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£48.24

a month

prices may change during contract
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Apple iPhone 15 5G 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£45.21

a month

prices may change during contract
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Apple iPhone 15 Pro 5G 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

Unlimited

5G data

£43.70

a month

prices may change during contract
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Apple iPhone 15 Pro Max 5G 256GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

Unlimited

5G data

£49.76

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra 256GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£62.67

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy S24 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£48.81

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy S24+ 256GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£54.94

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy S23 5G 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£30.33

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy S23 FE 128GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£42.64

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy Z Fold6 256GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

25GB

5G data

£60.58

a month

prices may change during contract
Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro (White)
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6 5G 256GB

24 month contract

£100.00 upfront

50GB

data

£25.00

a month

prices may change during contract
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Samsung Galaxy Z Flip6 5G 256GB

36 month contract

£30.00 upfront

5GB

5G data

£39.17

a month

prices may change during contract
Samsung Galaxy Buds 3 Pro (White)
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Why choose an EE phone contract?

EE – based on coverage claims – likely has more 4G coverage than any other UK network, at more than 99% population coverage and more than 86% of the UK landmass covered.

It also has a lot of 4G spectrum, making for a speedy, reliable network, and it was the first UK network to launch a 5G service, so it’s likely to be one of the leaders there for a long time too. It also offers plans with unlimited data, so you can make the most of its widespread coverage, and it stocks a wide variety of phones, and provides additional perks on many of its plans.

EE then is the network to choose if you simply want the best user experience possible.

Added extras

Select EE plans come with ‘Inclusive Extras’, letting you choose from between one and three of the following:

A subscription to BT Sport Netflix, Apple Music, Apple Arcade, Apple TV+, BT Sport, Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, or Microsoft 365, free roaming in Europe and beyond, and the ability to use an unlimited amount of data on select video apps, music apps, or games.

Some plans alternatively give you Apple One, which includes subscriptions to Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud Plus storage.

Other benefits of EE include Wi-Fi Calling, 4G Calling, and plans that offer faster 4G speeds than typical rivals, so you don’t even need to opt for 5G for speedy data – though a 5G plan and device will be far faster still.

Data roaming

EE typically charges a small daily fee to roam, but select plans come with Roam Abroad, which gets rid of that fee, letting you roam in 53 destinations (covering Europe and beyond) at no extra cost.

Tethering

Tethering (also known as a mobile hotspot) is included on EE and you can use your entire allowance towards it – so the only limit is your monthly data allowance. This lets you use your phone to get other devices online when there’s no Wi-Fi available. Note however that EE's fair usage terms state that you shouldn't use over 600GB of data in a month (even on an unlimited plan), or regularly tether to 12 or more devices.

How can I keep my number when switching?

To transfer your number to EE, first place your order with EE, and then the main thing you need is your PAC code. You can get this either by texting the word ‘PAC’ to 65075, or by asking your old network for it.

Then, activate your EE SIM card (if it doesn’t arrive activated) and fill out a number transfer form. If you submit the form before 17:30 on a working day, the transfer should happen the next working day.

 Note that you should leave your old number and account active during this process – it will automatically be closed down once your number is ported.

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