Compare iPhone 5S Contracts and Deals

Compare iPhone 5S Contracts and Deals

Please note* Total cost is for the amount you will pay over the course of the contract (which is usually 24 months with all networks). We also factor in the cost of the handset upfront so there's no hidden costs when comparing deals through us.

Three£869.00(Total Cost)

  • £29.00 Handset Cost
  • 1 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • 600 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £35.00 Per Month
  • £869.00 Total Cost

O2£912.00(Total Cost)

  • £0.00 Handset Cost
  • 2 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £38.00 Per Month
  • £912.00 Total Cost

Three£941.00(Total Cost)

  • £29.00 Handset Cost
  • 2 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • 600 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £38.00 Per Month
  • £941.00 Total Cost

Three£941.00(Total Cost)

  • £29.00 Handset Cost
  • 1 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £38.00 Per Month
  • £941.00 Total Cost

EE£999.75(Total Cost)

  • £39.99 Handset Cost
  • 2 GB Internet Data
  • 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £39.99 Per Month
  • £999.75 Total Cost

Three£1013.00(Total Cost)

  • £29.00 Handset Cost
  • Unlimited Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • 600 Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £41.00 Per Month
  • £1013.00 Total Cost

O2£1032.00(Total Cost)

  • £0.00 Handset Cost
  • 5 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £43.00 Per Month
  • £1032.00 Total Cost

EE£1071.75(Total Cost)

  • £39.99 Handset Cost
  • 4 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £42.99 Per Month
  • £1071.75 Total Cost

Three£1085.00(Total Cost)

  • £29.00 Handset Cost
  • Unlimited Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £44.00 Per Month
  • £1085.00 Total Cost

EE£1101.75(Total Cost)

  • £69.99 Handset Cost
  • 10 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £42.99 Per Month
  • £1101.75 Total Cost

Vodafone£1128.00(Total Cost)

  • £0.00 Handset Cost
  • 5 GB Internet Data
  • 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £47.00 Per Month
  • £1128.00 Total Cost

O2£1152.00(Total Cost)

  • £0.00 Handset Cost
  • 8 GB Internet Data
  • 3G/4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £48.00 Per Month
  • £1152.00 Total Cost

EE£1161.75(Total Cost)

  • £9.99 Handset Cost
  • 20 GB Internet Data
  • Double 4G* Data Speed
  • Unlimited Minutes
  • Unlimited Texts
  • 24 Months
  • £47.99 Per Month
  • £1161.75 Total Cost

3G/4G* To see the quality and availability of both 3G and 4G mobile internet services in your area please consult our 4G Mobile Network page.

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In Depth Review of the iPhone 5S

iPhone 5S

Whether you’re a long-time fan of one of one of the few types of apple on earth that doesn’t count as one of your five a day or are a disgruntled and fed-up Android deserted that simply wants something that just works, the Iphone 5S is of course the name of a phone whose constituent words are on (or more accurately near) everyone’s lips at the moment. Perhaps dulled a little by the concurrent release of iOS7 and its alleged attempt at moving itself closer to Android than ever before, the release of the Iphone 5S has of course been anticipated for some time, so is it measuring up to our expectations, or will it fall considerably as short of them as the incessantly miniscule screen does to that of Samsung’s frankly monstrous screen sizes?

Looks, Feels

If you’ve seen or held an Iphone 5, you’ve pretty much experienced the wonder of the 5S by extension. The glass and aluminium outer is one of the best holds you’re likely to experience that day (unless you have a luxury TV remote or weighty tablet). The colour that you choose, whether it be space grey or champagne, should be locked away immediately in a hard case with screen protector if you want to avoid an instant heart attack should a keys-in-phone-pocket situation arise to ruin your day. The home-button redesign may be a shock to some because of its persistent same-ness in the past, and it also incorporates the lovely new fingerprint scanner that everyone is simply swooning over the mere thought of.

Display

The iconic retina display of course persists, providing eye-stabbing crispness in colour and contrast with not a visible pixel in sight. All you really need to know is that it is a 4-inch with a resolution of 1136 x 640 resulting in a whopping 326dpi level of brilliance. That’s retina-ruining clarity right there.

Chips and Fingers

If you’re interested in the technicals then you’ve come to the wrong place but if I must go into detail then I’ll tell you that there are not one but two chips under the bonnet of this Apple-y bad boy making it one of the most powerful phones on the market. This effectively makes the camera feel more responsive and means you won’t be experiencing any lag when running multiple apps, but the true potential of the 64-bit power provided by these chips won’t be fully felt by users until Apple does some more innovating in its future devices.

One thing that will make full use of the hefty power of the device is the Touch ID sensor which scans your fingerprint in favour of having you enter a code multiple times a day. Though it feels like a novelty feature at first, it actually allows you to eliminate the annoying procedure of entering security codes and also lets you hold the device and unlock it comfortably with one hand, not to mention the fact that intruders will have a difficult time relieving you of your index finger to break into your phone.

Camera and Battery Life

For the first time in a very long time, Apple finally shines through with a decent camera on its new device! The 5S attempts to strike a balance between hefty megabyte numbers and pixel size in order to compete with its rivals, and it does so very well. On the one hand, pictures are sharp due to the decent megapixel count, but the larger pixel size also allows for low-light shots of greater quality than its Samsung rival. Thanks to the processing power of the phone, shutter speed is ridiculously nippy and will allow you to take photos with not even one tiny chance of delay. iOS7 also allows you to apply some nifty filters to the resulting photos so that you can insta-instagram with ease.

Battery life is almost always a disappointment for modern smartphones and manufacturers rarely seem to do anything to extend them, and in spite of an improvement in idle battery consumption, if you’re planning on actually using the phone for, well, anything, you’re going to notice a hefty drop in battery. Streaming video, using the camera, and playing intensive games will upset you if you’re a battery-life lover, so just bear in mind that you should keep a charger with you at all times.

iOS7 and Conclusion

It is difficult to describe iOS7 without diagrams but expect vibrant colour and even more colour, as well as a loss of the 3D-effect that made iOS6 so swish. Functionally, it’s more akin to Android than Apple, and has a swipe-up control centre as well as a multi-tasker’s dream: background app previews. Yes it’s something that Android has had forever, but this is a big step for Apple, so give them a break.

Expect raw power, a fantastic camera, and a new look from the 5S, as well as the obvious security potential provided by the touch ID. As usual, this is a phone in which Apple’s refinement over the past few years has culminated into one sleek yet similar-looking device. The battery life is a disappointment, the screen size still refuses to catch up to Samsung’s beasts, and the price is a little steep, but hey, it’s Apple: they’re going to get away with it. 

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