Best iPhone XR Deals: Grab this double data O2 deal in time for Christmas

Best iPhone XR Deals: Black Friday and Cyber Monday might be over but the deals keep coming – just take a gander at our collection of the best iPhone XR deals available right now.

If last week’s sales passed you by in a flash then don’t sweat it – these iPhone XR will help to cure that FOMO. For just £38 a month and £75 upfront (with the code TRUSTED10), you can bag yourself an iPhone XR with a swish 35GB of data on O2 – perfect if you’re content with the occasional bit of streaming and browsing on the go. That’s double what you’d usually get – bonus.

Best iPhone XR Deals

Apple iPhone XR 64GB Black – 30GB of data on O2 (use code TRUSTED10)

This contract offers you plenty of data (currently doubled) and takes the upfront cost down considerably. A great choice for most users. Use our code to take the upfront cost down by £10.

Apple iPhone XR 64GB Black – 50GB of data on EE

If you need a lot of data, then this is the iPhone XR deal for you. It has a nice and low upfront cost and gives you more data than you can shake a stick at. This EE Essentials plan also gets you 3 months of BT Sport and 6 months of Apple Music to sweeten the deal.

For the high data alternatives, EE’s 50GB iPhone XR contract is the one to beat. With absolutely nothing to pay upfront the iPhone XR can be yours for only £48 a month. 50GB is more than enough data to keep you riding high on your favourite games and TV shows. A quick round of Fortnite, anyone?

As a follow up to the iPhone X, the XR is a solid upgrade that boasts a new and improved camera and a CPU powered by the devilishly fast A12 Bionic Chip – the very same one which can found in the iPhone XS and XS Max.

Don’t just take my word for it though. In our iPhone XR review, Mobiles Editor Max Parker wrote: “The iPhone XR is a fantastic mixture of the best high-end features from the iPhone XS at a price more people will find affordable. It’s not cheap, but I think it proves great value when you consider how fast it is and how good the camera is.”

Of course, buying the phone outright will set you back a pretty penny, which is why the aforementioned contracts are a far better alternative. As is the case with any phone contract however, the deals won’t be around forever so don’t wait around too long – they could be gone before you know it.

Best iPhone XR Deals

Apple iPhone XR 64GB Black – 30GB of data on O2 (use code TRUSTED10)

This contract offers you plenty of data (currently doubled) and takes the upfront cost down considerably. A great choice for most users. Use our code to take the upfront cost down by £10.

Apple iPhone XR 64GB Black – 50GB of data on EE

If you need a lot of data, then this is the iPhone XR deal for you. It has a nice and low upfront cost and gives you more data than you can shake a stick at. This EE Essentials plan also gets you 3 months of BT Sport and 6 months of Apple Music to sweeten the deal.

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iPhone XR New Features and Specs

iPhone XR
Screen 6.1-inch LCD; 1792 x 828, 326PPI
Dimensions 150.9mm x 75.7mm x 8.3mm, 194g
OS iOS 12
Processor Apple A12 Bionic hexa-core 7nm SoC
Storage 64GB/128GB/256GB
Main camera 12MP, OIS, f/1.8 aperture, Smart HDR
Front camera 7 megapixels
Battery 1.5 hours more than iPhone 8 Plus
Colours White, Black, Blue, Yellow, Coral, (PRODUCT)RED
Wireless Charging Yes (Qi compatible)
Price £/$749 64GB, £/$799 128GB, £/$899 256GB
Launch date 12 September
Pre-orders from 16 October
Shipping 23 October
Water-resistance IP67: up to 1m for 30 minutes
Extras Dual SIM (China only); eSIM rest of world

Going down the Microsoft route and eschewing a ninth iteration, the iPhone XR  serves as the next device in Apple’s line of entry-level smartphones (in comparison to its flagship products).

Despite its somewhat dated design and lacklustre battery life, the iPhone 8 still managed to wow us all at Trusted Reviews for its super fast processing and ambitious camera which was capable of taking some fantastic shots. With all that in mind, the iPhone XR has some pretty big shoes to fill, not only in surpassing the iPhone 8 but also in being a worth purchase in the same market as the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.

The iPhone XR may have adopted the borderless style of the iPhone X but the handset will still retain the same LCD screen that can be found in the iPhone 8 Plus. Going a step beyond the iPhone 8 Plus however, the iPhone XR’s battery will last for an extra hour and a half – which could prove very handy for those late nights home. Opting for the cheapest of Apple’s three new iPhone’s won’t see you penalised on the speed front either, with the iPhone XR housing the same A12 Bionic Chip that can be found in the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max.


How much data do you need?

Here’s a question that with determine which plan you go with more than any other. Higher data contracts will take a toll on the price you pay either upfront or on a monthly basis, but whichever it is, the surplus will be there. Luckily for most of us, however, if you’re a casual social media user (like myself), then there’s no need to worry about consuming too much data.

Social media platforms have been optimised to consumer very low amounts of data, meaning that you’ll be perfectly content with a monthly allowance of between 4-8GB. If you’re the type of person to go one step beyond (watching Netflix during work meetings totally counts) then you’ll need something in the 20-40GB range.

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