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How much will the iPhone 6S Plus cost and where can you buy it?

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iPhone 6S Plus

Over in San Francisco, Apple has pulled the covers off the iPhone 6S Plus, the company’s latest phablet.

The follow-up to the iPhone 6 Plus is, like its older brother, a 5.5-inch beast that’ll compete directly against the likes of the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and LG G4.

Apple has tweaked the formula more than many expected, equipping the mobile with a Series 7000 aluminium body, an impressive-looking 3D Touch display and enhanced cameras.

But how much does the iPhone 6S Plus cost, and where can you buy it?

The 6S Plus went up for pre-order on 12 September, and will hit the shelves a short while later on 25 September. Apple says the 16GB iPhone 6S Plus will be available SIM-free for £619, with the 64GB and 128GB models coming in at £699 and £789, respectively.

Vodafone and O2 have revealed their 6S Plus pricing plans already.

The lowest price at which customers can snap up the iPhone 6S Plus with Vodafone is £41 per month with £169 up front, providing 500 minutes, unlimited texts and 500MB data. Vodafone's cheapest Red Value bundle with content, meanwhile, offers unlimited calls, unlimited texts, 4GB data and a choice of Netflix, Spotify Premium, Sky Sports Mobile TV or a NOW TV Entertainment Pass for six months at £54 per month with a £69 upfront cost.

O2's new Refresh tariffs range from £46 per month and a £99.99 upfront fee for the 16GB iPhone 6S Plus with unlimted text and calls, and 3GB of data, to £69 per month and an upfront fee of £9.99, which will get you the 128GB 6S Plus with unlimited calls and texts, 30GB of data and the option to upgrade to the next version of the iPhone when it launches in 12 months.

Likewise, Three, EE, Carphone Warehouse and Currys PC World will also be stocking the 6S Plus. Precise pricing for these companies hasn't yet been revealed.

See also: How to update to iOS 9

We’ll keep updating this page as more networks get in touch.

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