Three is selling the iPhone 14 Pro Max 128GB model with its unlimited data plan for £76 a month with an upfront cost of £90. Across the course of a two-year contract this works out as £1,914 in total.
Mobile Phones Direct is also offering the iPhone 14 Pro Max 128GB on the very same Three contract for £64 a month with a £49 upfront payment. Once again, this is a 24-month deal that offers unlimited 5G data.t However, over the term of the deal it works out around £300 cheaper than buying directly from Three.
That’s a remarkable saving and the deal is also favourable to other iPhone 14 Pro Max contracts on the market.
The unlimited data plans that EE, Vodafone and O2 offer on the iPhone 14 Pro Max all work out as around £500 more expensive than the Mobile Phones Direct deal.
However, these packages offer different freebies than you won’t find on the Mobile Phones Direct package – like EE offering six months free Apple Music, Apple TV and Apple Arcade access, whereas O2 offers six months free access to Apple Music and another service like Disney+, Audible or Prime Video.
Here’s pricing for similar iPhone 14 Pro Max deals from the other leading mobile providers…
iPhone 14 Pro Max with unlimited data at EE: £84 a month and £30 upfront payment (Total cost – £2,046)
iPhone 14 Pro Max with unlimited data at O2: £81.74 a month and £30 upfront payment (Total cost – £1,991.76)
iPhone 14 Pro Max with unlimited data at Vodafone: £81 a month and £49 upfront payment (Total cost – £1,993)
The only drawback to the deal available on the Mobile Phones Direct website is how long it will take for your new handset to arrive.
At the time of writing, it says the estimated delivery for the iPhone 14 Pro Max when you order from them is the end of October.
But if you’re happy waiting a while for your shiny new smartphone you’ll be able to save plenty of cash.