GRAB yourself an iPhone bargain this Christmas with plenty of data to keep you going.
The iPhone 12 is available for just £34 a month, on a two year contract with Three.
You’ll just have to pay £39 upfront, meaning it’ll cost you £855 in total once the contract is up, as long as you don’t go over the data limit.
But with a whooping 100GB of data available that’s unlikely, as it’ll provide you with enough to keep up-to-date on social media, browse the web and watch videos.
And you don’t have to worry about call time and texting, as those are both unlimited.
Better still, the tariff includes 5G so you can enjoy faster connection speeds in areas Three has it already.
The offer is available exclusively via USwitch.com at the moment.
You’ll get a 64GB model of the iPhone 12, Apple’s previous generation of the smartphone.
Buyers can choose between six colours, including black, blue, green, purple, red and white.
The iPhone 12 series is still hugely popular, having past the 100 million sales mark back in April.
It was managed within seven months of launching, two months earlier than its predecessor, the iPhone 11.
Don’t forget, you can make the final cost even cheaper if you trade in your old phone too.
You can even claim three months of free Apple TV+, the tech giant’s premium streaming service.
Three recently launched a new Three+ app for rewards such as money off cinema tickets and UberEats, which you’ll be able to take advantage of as well.
So why not check the deal out on USwitch.com now.
In other news, a groundbreaking new face mask that can detect the presence of Covid-19 has been developed by scientists in Japan.
A warning has been issued to Microsoft users after a new vulnerability was discovered that leaves them exposed to hackers.
And Apple, Cloudflare and Minecraft could be at risk from a “critical” security flaw, experts have warned.
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