The iPhone 5c 8GB will hit the UK market today (18 March) with all major retailers and operators confirming its availability.
O2, Vodafone,EE, Phones 4u and Carphone Warehouse have told Mobile that the new iteration of Apple’s iPhone range will be in stock in stores and online from today. EE hasn’t confirmed its full list of price points for the handset yet, although Mobile understands an introductory offer of £18.99 per month on 4G can be purchased with the handset, subject to a one-off £99 payment.
Full tariffs can be found on the web pages of O2 and Vodafone. Customers can get the handset with no upfront cost from O2 for £43 per month with 8GB of data included, while Vodafone is offering the device from £42 per month on its Red 4G price plans. Three has confirmed it will also be stocking the device, although no price points have been disclosed yet.
The independent retailers will also be stocking the new 8GB incarnation. Phones 4u will offer the phone from £25 per month on a 4G Vodafone tariff with no one-off cost. It is also available on EE and T-Mobile tariffs with the retailer. Similarly, Carphone Warehouse has deals from £28 per month, again without a one-off cost, with O2, EE and Vodafone.