The iPhone 6 Plus is here and while you can buy it from any number of places you can also end up paying any number of prices and get varying allowances for your money.
Basically it's just one big headache waiting to happen, or in our case a headache that's already happened, because we've hunted out the best deals so you don't have to.
For Vodafone, EE and O2 we've got both a leading deal, which is popular and good value for money and the cheapest deal, which makes the iPhone 6 Plus as affordable as possible but won't necessarily come with very good allowances.
So whichever route you want to take we've got you covered. Read on for all the details.
One of the most popular Vodafone deals right now is for a 16GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus in gold with unlimited texts, unlimited minutes and 1GB of data (following three months of unlimited data), for £38.50 per month plus £57.99 upfront.
That's through mobilephonesdirect and over 24 months it comes out at £981.99, which isn't too bad for a brand new flagship, especially considering the solid allowances.
But if it's a bit too pricey for you then you can shave some money off, as a 16GB version of the iPhone 6 Plus is also available in gold on Vodafone for £26.50 per month plus £195.99 upfront, coming out at £831.99 overall and that's also through mobilephonesdirect.
So it's around £150 cheaper, but the allowances are far more restrictive, as it comes with 100 minutes, unlimited texts and 100MB of data (following three months of unlimited data). That's really not going to go far for anyone but the lightest users, but it sure is cheap.
One of the most popular O2 deals right now also comes with some good allowances, specifically 2GB of data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. That's through O2 direct and it's for a 16GB iPhone 6 Plus in grey, coming out at £48 per month plus £9.99 upfront. That's £1,161.99 overall, so it's pretty pricey but you get a lot for your money.
You can save a little by opting for a 16GB version in silver and paying £199.99 upfront. If you do that then you can get the same allowances (2GB of data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts), but only pay £38 per month, coming out at a slightly more affordable £1,111.99 overall and that's also through O2.
If you're data mad then you'll be interested in our leading EE deal, which gives you 5GB of 4G data alongside unlimited minutes and texts. That's through Affordable Mobiles and costs £45.99 per month plus £139.99 upfront. All in all that comes to £1,243.75, which can hardly be called affordable but you do get a whole lot of data with it. That's for a 16GB iPhone 6 Plus in silver.
If that's too rich for your blood then the cheapest EE deal right now is just £14.99 per month. That is with a steep £499.99 upfront cost, but it still only adds up to £859.75 over 24 months. That's through mobilephonesdirect and you'll get a 16GB version of the 6 Plus in gold, with 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB of 4G data, which is actually pretty great for the money.