One-Year iPhone 4S Contract: Where?

Apple’s new iPhone 4S was made officially available to buy on Friday 14th October, well at least in some countries with others following 28th October, by the end of 2011 some 70 countries will be able to benefit from the new handset.

Including some new internal features such as Siri voice recognition, A5 dual-core processor, 8 megapixel camera with new face detection, iOS 5 OS and so on, the next Apple handset can be purchased as a stand alone price or on contract. For those opting to choose the device under a contract will be bound for two years, which is a fairly long time to be paying for the latest device, but we have some good news from giants Tesco, who will be offering the new iPhone 4S on just a 12-month contract.

Heading on over to Tesco’s official Mobile website here, you will be met with details of the contract and what you can expect to get for your monthly fee. With some 250 minutes, 5000 text messages, 1GB of data and unlimited access to BT OpenZone WiFi hotspots across Britain, as reported, you will be paying £335 to start with followed by £25 a month.

Choosing the bigger 32 or 64GB models will then set you back a bigger amount to find initially of £425 and £495. Other options are open to Tesco customers including a 24-month contract giving 3,000 minutes, 5000 texts as well as other incentives with the added advantage of having the 16GB iPhone 4S for free.

Tempted? Tell us what model and contract plan you are thinking of purchasing? Should others be following Tesco’s and enticing customers to opt for 12 month contracts?

  • Craig220180

    o2 also offers 12month contracts.