The re-released iPhone 6 that Apple quietly launched in certain Asian markets (including India) earlier this year has reached a new destination today. Following its release at the opposite end of Europe in March, it's now arrived in the UK.
There's only one configuration on offer, unsurprisingly (because that's been the situation elsewhere as well). EE is now offering the 32GB iPhone 6 in Space Grey. The phone is free upfront if you choose a plan that costs £35.49 per month, which gives you 1,000 minutes, unlimited texts, along with 2GB of data and free EU roaming. For just £2.50 per month extra, you can get a plan with unlimited minutes and texts and 5GB of data. Or, if money's no object, splurge for the £52.99 per month option, which includes unlimited minutes and texts and 40GB of data at the fastest speed achievable on EE's network.
As you may know, this iPhone 6 version is identical to the original model released in 2014, save for the storage capacity. Until the re-launch this year, it was only ever available with 16/64/128GB of space.
Unless they sell it for $199.78 no one cares.
yeah virgin mobile provides with 6months haft price and data roll over
Hey they re-released the iPhone 4 last year in India and it was sold out in matter of days. Yes, that's the state of majority of Apple users. And it even wasn't that cheap!