Sky makes Apple’s iPhone way more affordable thanks to new half-price deal

Splashing out on a new iPhone is never cheap but Sky Mobile has a deal that certainly helps to make things feel a little less strenuous on your wallet. The UK network has just released an offer on the older iPhone 13 which means you can own this device plus get a generous amount of data for just £22 per month. That low cost is all thanks to a half-price promotion on Sky’s calls, data and texts which cuts things from £10 per month down to just £5.

Add that price to the monthly cost of the iPhone (now just £17) and your total bill for the month will be £22.

Here’s how it works

SKY iPHONE 13 DEAL

PHONE COST: £17 per month (based on 36-month contract)
SIM PRICE: NOW £5 – WAS £10
TOTAL: £22 per month
UPFRONT FEE: £0
INCLUDES: 5GB of data, unlimited calls and unlimited texts.
YOU CAN SEE THE SKY DEAL HERE

It’s a decent deal and beats both Vodafone and EE with those networks charging around £35 per month for a similar contract.

Of course, the iPhone 13 isn’t the latest and greatest device from Apple but it still packs a decent punch. For your money, you get a call maker that features a 6.1-inch Super Retina XDR screen, fast A15 Bionic processor and a dual-lens rear camera which can record Hollywood-style home movies thanks to its clever Cinematic mode.

There’s also wireless charging plus MagSafe compatibility, long battery life and you get bonus extras such as a tough Ceramic Shield design and access to 5G data speeds.

Want to know more? Read out full iPhone 13 review

If you buy the iPhone 13 directly from Apple you can expect to pay £599 (stores such as Argos are selling it for £499) but that price doesn’t include any data, calls or texts.

You can pick up 5GB SIM for around £7 per month so the total price for going SIM-free and then adding a plan can cost more than £800 over three years.

That’s around the same price as buying from Sky and you don’t have to pay anything upfront. As a quick reminder, Sky Mobile uses the O2 network to connect you to a signal so make sure this is a good provider in your area before signing up.

It’s also worth noting that we’re now just a few months away from Apple unveiling its iPhone 16 which means the iPhone 13 will look pretty outdated later this year.

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