While the iPhone 5S is being quickly outshone by the glut of new flagships from the likes of Samsung, HTC et al, there's still a great deal of lust for Apple's flagship phone.
Its age doesn't show either, thanks to a high end build and impeccably fast performance. This sadly means it still commands a high price tag too, but if you're dead-set on owning one, then hopefully these deals will soften the blow on your wallet.
EE is arguably the best 4G network right now, at least in terms of widespread coverage. So if you want superfast mobile data on your iPhone 5S you could do a lot worse than these here deals.
Right now the handset is available in grey for £29.99 per month with a £74.99 upfront charge and that gets you 1GB of data, 1000 minutes and unlimited texts. Over 24 months that comes out at £794.75.
If you're after more data than that you can get it in grey or silver with 4GB of monthly data, unlimited minutes and unlimited texts. That will set you back £37.99 per month but there's no upfront cost, so in total it's £911.76 over 24 months, so that's £117 extra for a big slug of extra data.
On O2 one of the best deals you can currently get the iPhone 5S for, in gold, grey or silver, is with 5GB of 4G data alongside unlimited minutes and texts for £38 per month, with no upfront cost.
That's £912 over 24 months, so roughly the same as the second EE deal, except with slightly more data and minutes.
On the other hand O2's 4G coverage isn't as comprehensive, so check if you've got good service before plumping for the extra GB.
Vodafone currently has a pretty cheap deal where you can get the iPhone 5S with 1GB of data and unlimited minutes and texts for just £33 per month.
It's available in grey or gold and there's no charge for the handset itself, so you'll be paying just £792 over 24 months, which makes it one of the cheapest deals around, with a couple of pounds off and more minutes than the deal EE is offering for the same data cap.
If you want a bit more data you can alternatively get it in grey with 3GB of data plus unlimited minutes and texts for a mere £30 per month, but that comes with a steep £219.99 upfront charge for the handset.
Over 24 months that will cost you £939.99, so ultimately it's not as cheap as some competing offers.
Vodafone also offers 12 month contracts for the iPhone 5S, the best of which is probably a £57 per month one, which might sound steep but it comes with 5GB of data plus unlimited minutes and texts, though you will have to pay £19.99 upfront.
All in all that comes to £703.99, meaning you'll be spending less and be able to get the iPhone 6 when it appears - but be aware, this is a refurbished handset which may affect its resale value if you want to shift it at the end of the deal.
Three has several good deals available at the moment for the iPhone 5S. You can get the handset in grey with unlimited data, 600 minutes and unlimited texts for £35 per month, plus £29.99 upfront. In 24 months that will add up to £869.99, which isn't bad considering you get unlimited data.
If you'd rather not pay anything upfront the grey handset is also available with the same amount of minutes, texts and data for £37 per month, but that will cost you marginally more in the long run, coming out at £888 after 24 months.
If you want more than 600 minutes you could pay £39 per month for a gold iPhone 5S with unlimited everything. There's no upfront cost so that totals £936, but obviously offers lovely piece of mind.
If you're happy with a 3G tariff then you can get the iPhone 5S in grey or silver on T-Mobile with unlimited data, 500 minutes and unlimited texts.
That costs £37.99 per month and there's no upfront cost, so it's £911.76 over the course of 24 months. That's not a bad price but Three has a similar tariff which comes out cheaper and includes 4G data.
Orange also has a £37.99 per month tariff for the iPhone 5S, but this one comes with unlimited minutes and texts but only 1GB of 3G data.
So if calls are more important to you than mobile data then this is obviously a better bet than the T-Mobile one. This deal is for the handset in silver and totals the same £911.76 over 24 months.