[Infographic] iPhone 6s Costs 28% More in The U.K. Than The U.S.
A new infographic has surfaced which reveals that the cheapest deals for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are all in the U.S., with U.K. and France featuring among the most expensive countries for both models.
Research carried out by Voucherbox found that when converted to British Pounds, Apple’s latest flagships are roughly 28 per cent more expensive in the U.K. than in the States. Only China and France are next in the list which retail the devices at a higher cost.
The data also shows that if you live in the U.K., and spend less than £27 a month on a Pay As You GO plan, you should better buy the iPhone 6s outright, rather than signing up for a two year contract and paying a hefty fee up front.
Similarly, if you pay less than £26 a month in the U.K. for a heavy use data plan for the iPhone 6s Plus, then your best bet is to buy the phone at retail.
Moreover, the infographic details the launch price and current value of past iPhone models in the U.K. All of them are now worth less than their launch price except for the Original iPhone, which was launched back in 2007. The second hand OG iPhone currently costs £238 versus its launch price of £235 thanks to its historic significance.
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