UK networks EE and O2 have confirmed they’ll be selling Apple’s new iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s from September 20th.
EE says the phones will be available from all three of its brands – EE, T-Mobile and Orange – with the 5c available for pre-order on Friday, September 13th.
The network’s Pricing hasn’t yet been announced.
Rival O2 says the handsets will be available on its “future-proof” O2 Refresh tariff, which allows customers to upgrade to future iPhone models without having to pay the remainder of their airtime contract.
“As the network that first brought iPhone to the UK, we’re proud to continue to innovate with our iPhone offering,” said Ronan Dunne, CEO of Telefónica UK. “Customers who purchase their iPhone from us get complete peace of mind that they can always be at the leading edge of technology.”
O2 says full pricing will be available nearer release, but has revealed the following offers:
iPhone 5s 16GB
Unlimited texts, unlimited minutes & 1GB 3G data: £37 a month with a £119.99 upfront cost
Unlimited texts, unlimited minutes & 5GB 4G data: £47 a month with a £119.99 upfront cost
iPhone 5c 16GB
Unlimited texts, 600 minutes & 750MB 3G data: £32 a month with a £49.99 upfront cost
Unlimited texts, unlimited minutes & 5GB 4G data: £42 a month with a £99.99 upfront cost