HOT Best £500 PAYG Tariff For The IPhone 5

Posted by Bhavesh Joshi On Saturday, March 2, 2013 0 comments
Pay As You Go
If you're in the market for an iPhone 5, then you probably already know that it's going to set you back a fair bit of cash. It's a great phone, fast, sleek and stylish, but the basic version will cost you £529 as an unlocked device. Of course, you could get a deal by signing a contract with one of the many mobile phone providers.

Signing a contract tends to mean that you get a hand set for a cheap up front price, which is great. However, you will be paying for that phone with monthly installments on your phone bill, and over the course of a two year contract those installments can add up to far more than the actual cost of the phone. Even though you will have to pay more money up front, you can end up saving money by finding the best pay as you go tariff that you can.

O2This means that you'll be paying the actual cost of the phone, and then paying only for the calling minutes, text messages and data that you actually use. So we've found you the best pay as you go tariffs around at the moment. And not only that, but all these plans come in at under £500, which is cheaper than the price of the unlocked hand set, so they really are great deals. A cheaper alternative to paying over £500 for a high-end handset is the PAYG route. Here we bring the four latest PAYG deals from the main providers. These 

Top Four Best PAYG Tariffs are -


At O2 five hundred pounds gets you the phone (obviously) as well as a tenner in credit as part of the O2 Pay and Go Go Go programme. For ten pounds credit you'll get 75 calling minutes, 500 text messages and 100 MB of data usage. Plus, by signing up for the O2 Rewards programme you can reap several benefits too, including getting ten per cent of your top ups back every three months.


VodafoneVodafone's Freedom Pay as You Go plan gets you the phone and a ten pound top up for five hundred pounds. With that tenner credit you get 100 calling minutes, 300 text messages and 50 MB of data usage. You can also choose one of a variety of benefits, including Vodafone Top Up which gives you 1000 free calling minutes to other Vodafone numbers, or Passport which lets you take your UK price plan abroad with you when you go on holiday.


ThreeWith Three Pay as You Go you get the phone and £15 of credit for your five hundred pounds. That includes 300 calling minutes, 3000 texts messages and unlimited data usage. Plus, there's international calling from 2p a minute, 150 MB of free internet every top up and an extra tenner of credit the first time you top up your phone. This is definitely the sweetest deal for heavy phone users.


T-Mobile's pay as you go is a little more flexible. For your five hundred pounds you get the hand set plus your choice of 60 international calling minutes, 100 UK calling minutes or unlimited texting. For an extra fiver you get unlimited data usage too.


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