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These are the top iPhone 15 Pro pre-order deals we’ve found

Apple pulled back the curtain on the new iPhone 15 Pro earlier this week and UK networks have begun showing off their own deals for anyone wanting to upgrade.

There were very few surprises during Apple’s 2023 event but if there’s one device that definitely stood out from the pack, it’s the iPhone 15 Pro. This high-powered flagship boasts the new A17 Pro chipset which is supposedly powerful enough to run full triple-A games like Resident Evil 4 and Assassin’s Creed Mirage, and that’s before mentioning the use of titanium to build an even sturdier chassis.

The silent switch on the left-hand side is also being replaced with a new ‘Action Button’, similar in concept to the one found on the Apple Watch Ultra 2, as it can be used to carry out a specific action decided upon by the user. There’s definitely a lot to look forward to, and if you’re looking to bag the iPhone 15 Pro as your next upgrade then these are the pre-order deals worth jotting down.

When can I pre-order the iPhone 15 Pro?

Pre-orders for the iPhone 15 Pro are now live following a launch on Friday, September 15th at 1pm BST. The phone is scheduled to hit store shelves for general release next Friday, September 22nd.

iPhone 15 Pro pre-order deals

The deals featured below have yet to go live but they will be made available when pre-orders open up this Friday.

Sky Mobile

At the time of writing, Sky Mobile is offering contracts with a starting price of £33 a month for the phone itself, and you have the option of adding anything from an 8GB to a 150GB SIM, costing an extra £8 and £26 respectively.

This means that if you want the full works then you’ll be looking at parting with £59 a month for the 150GB option, but if you’re happy with less data, then that 8GB pick will only come to £41 a month.


Vodafone is also offering great contract deals on the iPhone 15 Pro, with those interested able to pick u the 128GB iPhone 15 Pro with 128GB of storage for just £46 per month with £59 upfront for 3GB of data and unlimited calls and texts, with more data available at an additional cost.

There’s also Vodafone’s impressive trade-in initiative to take advantage of, which could dramatically drop the price of the contract.

For instance, if you’re trading in one of the models from last year’s iPhone 14 range then there’s a ceiling of up to £821 trade-in value to be had. This is particularly handy for anyone who simply needs to have the latest kit, as it offers an easy way of handing over your old handset whilst making sure that you get your hands on a new iPhone 15 Pro in time for launch.


EE is also offering a range of contracts on the iPhone 15 Pro, with one of the more popular early contract deals offering the 128GB iPhone 15 Pro with unlimited 5G data, calls and texts for £62 per month with £30 upfront, though you can reduce that by £10 a month by opting for 5GB of 5G data instead.

The tariff in question is the Full Works Plan, which not only offers unlimited 5G data and EE’s fastest speeds, but also includes access to the individual plan of Apple One which features services like Apple Music, Apple TV Plus and Apple Arcade.


O2 is also keen to get on the iPhone 15 Pro fun, offering the 128GB model with 1GB of 5G data, unlimited texts and calls, and three months of Disney+ for £48 per month with £30 upfront.

However, if you pay a little more at £59.99 per month, you’ll not only get 150GB of 5G data to play with but 6 months of Apple Music and 6 months of Disney+ and free roaming in over 75 countries including the EU, US and Australia. You’ll also be eligible for O2’s Switch Up program, allowing you to swap to a new phone after just 90 days with no hidden charges.


Three‘s early iPhone 15 Pro deals are among the most tempting around, with the UK network provider promising unlimited data, calls and texts on the 128GB model for just £46 a month with £50 upfront – the catch is that you need to trade in an eligible iPhone to do so.

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