The best iPhone X deals for April 2018

Best iPhone X deals: On the market for the super-swish iPhone X but not so keen on the idea of paying full price? Well, you’ve come to the right place as we’ve trawled the retailers to find all the best iPhone X deals.

Whether you’re looking for a SIM-free deal or to pick it up on contract, you’ll find the best iPhone X deal for you right here.

Best SIM Free iPhone X Deals

Amazon has wiped off a substantial amount from the usual unlocked SIM free price for an iPhone X. That means today you can pick up an iPhone X 64GB model for just £959.

Buy now: iPhone X 64GB Space Grey, save £69, now just £930 at Amazon

For those that missed it, the iPhone X is the best Apple smartphone currently available. Sitting above the iPhone 8, it features improved hardware plus an updated, near bezel-less, mixed metal and glass design. This, plus its excellent camera and battery life has earned it a place in Trusted Reviews’ best smartphone round-up since it launched last year.

Be sure to read our iPhone X review to learn everything you need to know about Apple’s flagship.

Today’s top iPhone X deals

We’ve trawled through all of the best contract prices to help save you money. We’ve looked at the offers from O2, Vodafone, EE, Three and iD Mobile when hand-picking the best.

Without further ado, these are the deals we feel will be the best choice for most people:

Top iPhone X deals right now

iPhone X 64GB – 30GB of data, £57pm, £104.99 upfront on Three

If you absolute need lots of data then the low upfront cost and manageable monthly cost here will check the right boxes.

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Scroll down to see more deals ranked by considering a combination of the total cost of ownership (TCO) and upfront cost, and split based on data allowance. You can jump to the bottom of this page to see our advice on picking the right contract, as well as how to choose the best network operator for you.

Jump to: How to choose the right iPhone X deal

Best iPhone X Deals – 5GB to 10GB

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If you only need a moderate amount of data a month, there’s no point paying over the odds for data you’re definitely not going to use. These deals will get you the best bang for your buck while still letting you stream a good amount of content each month.

If buying from, use our exclusive voucher code TRUSTED10 to take £10 off the upfront cost of an iPhone X.

Best iPhone X deals - 5GB to 10GB of data

iPhone X 64GB – 10GB of data, £50pm, £200 upfront on O2 (use code TRUSTED10 to save £10)

If you want to bring down your monthly cost and want extra data, this is a good deal from O2. This includes unlimited calls and texts. Use our code to save a further £10.

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iPhone X 64GB – 4GB of data, £51pm, £145 upfront on Vodafone

If you don't need a lot of data, this deal will provide a happy medium between the upfront and monthly cost. This also comes with unlimited calls and texts.

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iPhone X 64GB – 8GB of data, £58pm, no upfront on Three

A decent amount of data and no upfront cost make this a great choice. Also includes unlimited calls and texts.

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Best iPhone X Deals – 15GB to 30GB

Consider yourself a heavy data user? Then these will be the deals for you. You won’t be left worrying you might go over your data allowance, and there’ll be enough data to allow you to tether a secondary device.

Some of these deals aren’t much more than the contracts with less data, so they’re worth considering if there’s a chance you might start wanting more.

Our pick of the bunch is the 30GB option. There’s plenty here even if you plan on streaming to your heart’s content, and there’s unlimited calls and texts, too. A low upfront cost rounds off a great deal.

Best iPhone X deals – 10-30GB of data

iPhone X 64GB – 30GB, £57pm, £104.99 upfront on Three

This is our pick of the bunch if you’re a heavy data user. There’s plenty here even if you plan on streaming to your heart’s content, and there’s unlimited calls and texts, too. A low upfront cost rounds off a great deal.

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iPhone X 64GB – 15GB, £58pm, £246 upfront on EE (use code TRUSTED10 to save £10)

You get a generous amount of data. It's a good choice if you don't mind the slightly higher initial outlay upfront. Don't forget to use our exclusive code to save.

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What you need to know about the iPhone X

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While Apple launched the iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus all at the same time, it’s the iPhone X that is the most coveted of the three. It’s the model to mark the tenth anniversary of Apple’s famous smartphone (hence it’s meant to be pronounced iPhone ‘ten’).

Famously, it’s the first iPhone to ditch the iconic ‘Home’ button. This is for good reason, however. It means the iPhone X has far more screen than any other iPhone before it. It’s a gorgeous 5.8-inch OLED HDR screen, too. Reducing the bezel and removing the home button also means you get more screen in a phone that’s actually smaller than the iPhone 8 Plus. It’s a great balance.

Round back are a pair of cameras with optical image stabilisation that take some of the best photos you’ll see from a smartphone. With the Home button, and therefore fingerprint scanner, removed you now have Face ID to securely unlock your phone using the front-facing camera. This same camera also lets you have fun with Apple’s animoji or ‘animated emojis’.

Because the back is now made from glass, the iPhone X now also supports conveniently wireless fast charging. Goodbye cables.

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How to choose the best iPhone X deals for you

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Make sure you have enough data

Practically every contract is going to offer you more than enough minutes and texts than you’ll ever need, if not just providing an unlimited amount. Most people will therefore prioritise how much data is provided each month, as this will impact how much browsing and streaming you can do.

As more and more of us use the likes of iMessage, FaceTime, WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger to message and call one another, traditional texts and minutes are also becoming more redundant. It’s all about that data when picking the best iPhone X deals.

If you’re going to be a moderate data user – such as streaming only a little Netflix, YouTube or Spotify over 4G – then you’ll want to aim for at least 5-10GB of data a month. If you plan on tethering your 4G connection, so that you can have internet access on your laptop or tablet, you’ll likely want to have at least 15GB of data each month if not more.

Be sure to compare contract prices between lower data and higher data tariffs, too. Increasingly, you get a much better deal for more data, sometimes paying the same money as you would for less. There’s really no reason not to go for more data than you think you might need in that case. It’ll leave you some breathing room if you do suddenly find yourself binge-watching your favourite show on your next train journey.

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Decide what you’re willing to pay upfront

As mentioned, the Apple iPhone X is a seriously pricey phone if you buy it SIM free. Not everyone has £999.99 lying around to buy one outright, so a contract is the best way to get hold of a shiny new iPhone and spread the cost.

Different contracts will have different upfront costs, which is the amount you pay at the beginning for the iPhone X. Paying more at the beginning can mean paying less each month, and vice versa. Typically, if you pay more upfront you’ll spend less over the course of the contract (called the Total Cost of Ownership or TCO).

To work out the TCO of a contract, simply multiply the monthly cost by the term of the contract (typically 24 months), then add the upfront cost. When finding the best iPhone X deals, you might be put off by a higher TCO, but keep in mind your personal financial circumstances. While you might end up paying more in the long run, a lower upfront cost could be the key to landing yourself your perfect phone while spreading the cost to something you’re comfortable with.

How to pick a network provider

Beyond just the price of the contracts, there are a range of reasons to think about what network provider you want to sign up with.

In the past, you might have gotten perks like free calls to the same network, but considering you now get more minutes and texts than you’ll probably ever need, making sure you’re on the same phone network as your friends and family is no longer an issue.

But there are other things to consider when deciding which network provider to use.

First off, you’ll want to make sure you have good network coverage for both calls and 4G. You don’t want to find out you’re living in a blackspot. You can check the network coverage of the big networks using these links:

Just pop a postcode in and you’ll be able to see everything from 2G, 3G and 4G coverage. Be sure to check any places you’ll regularly be using your phone such as your home and work.

Each network also offers some perks to entice you and we’ve listed some of them below:


Go Binge is available on select Three contracts and lets you stream as much as you want from a select number of services, and these won’t count against your data allowance. Services include Netflix, Apple Music and Deezer (you can see the full list here). This is great if you’re a Netflix binger as you won’t have to worry about how much data you’re using. Three also offers ‘Feel at Home’ roaming in 71 countries, letting you use your allowance while abroad.


EE customers can get three months of free BT Sports on their mobile letting you watch a wide range of sports including football and rugby. There’s also six months of free Apple Music for pay monthly subscribers.

EE also supports Wi-Fi calling, so if your phone also has that function, you can make regular calls through an internet connection. Perfect if you ever have patchy network coverage. If you live in London, you also get Wi-Fi on the London Underground.


Certain Vodafone Red Entertainment plans give you 24 months of Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile or Now TV. Some of these services are quite costly, so it’s worth factoring these in when making a choice.


O2 gives you O2 Priority, which can give you early access to tickets to gigs and shows and exclusive offers for O2 customers. O2 also provides free access to certain public Wi-Fi networks across the UK for its customers. O2 has also announced it’s adding more countries to its list of supported roaming destinations, taking the total to 75 countries.

iD Mobile

iD Mobile has the perk of data rollover. This means any data you don’t use from your month’s allowance is added to the next month’s. This gives you a second chance to use it, so it doesn’t go to waste.

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