This plus-sized phone from Apple was launched alongside the iPhone 7 in September 2016. Until the iPhone X landed, we thought it was the best iPhone on the market, with big improvements on the camera and battery fronts from previous large-screen iPhones.
Prices took a tumble at the start of the summer, plateaued for a while and then fell again following the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus release. So if you're looking for a reasonably priced big screen iPhone, the 7 Plus could be a good fit.
If you're dead set on grabbing this huge iPhone now, then to help you navigate we've got a handy comparison tool which is designed to help you zero in on the cheapest deals. Underneath that we've chosen what we think are the best value options overall for the biggest networks out there. And if you still need some persuading, we've added a brief review of the iPhone 7 Plus to the bottom of the page.
The best iPhone 7 Plus deals this month:
Unlike some other sites we don't manipulate the order of these deals for commercial gain, so the handpicked deals below really are the best iPhone 7 Plus deals for EE, O2, Three and Vodafone right now. Don't forget - if you're looking for something a little different, our comparison widget above is the perfect way to sniff out your perfect deal. This page is for the best iPhone 7 Plus deals in the UK, but if you're after Australian deals, check out the best Australian iPhone 7 Plus deals page.
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB | O2 | £150 upfront (with 10OFF code) | Unlimited calls and texts | 12GB data | £29 per month
We're aghast and agape in equal measure at this remarkable price from Mobiles.co.uk on the iPhone 7 Plus. The retailer has quadrupled the data on one of its best tariffs to completely undercut the competition. 12GB on the iPhone 7 Plus for less than £30 per month is utterly unheard of, and our exclusive 10OFF code gets a tenner off the less enticing upfront cost, too. Total cost over 24 months is £846
View this deal: at Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB | EE | £129.99 upfront | Unlimited calls and texts | 5GB data | £32.99 per month
The O2 deal above is head and shoulders above the rest at the minute, but if you crave the UK's fastest 4G network then this is currently EE's best tariff. It's the iPhone 7 Plus, so it's unsurprisingly expensive upfront. But the £32.99 monthly payments are very attractive indeed for 5GB of data. Total cost over 24 months is £921.75
View this deal: at Affordable Mobiles
iPhone 7 Plus 32GB | Three | FREE upfront | Unlimited minutes and texts | 30GB data | £39 per month
This is definitely one the best iPhone 7 Plus deals for near-unlimited data right now, and it just got even better thanks to coming down another £3 per month in price. There's acres of data on offer to help you get the most out of the larger phablet screen and put and end to the data scares. The small cashback incentive has been removed, but at this price you can't really complain. Total cost over 24 months is £1017.99
View this deal: at Mobile Phones Direct
iPhone 7 Plus 128GB | Vodafone | £195.99 upfront | Unlimited minutes and texts | 1GB data | £36 per month
The iPhone 7 Plus is such a big handset that only getting 32GB of storage space seems somehow perverse. This is the cheapest way to get the more spacious 128GB version, which will store a heck of a lot of tunes, photos and videos. The big sacrifice is data - you only get 1GB a month, so streaming and cloud use will be trickier away from Wi-Fi Total cost over 24 months is £1059.99
View this deal: at Mobile Phones Direct
iPhone 7 Plus review in brief
A superb super-sized iPhone
Screen size: 5.5-inches | Resolution: 1080 x 1920 | Rear camera: 12MP | Weight: 188g | OS: iOS 11 | RAM: 3GB | Storage: 32GB/128GB/256GB | External storage: No | Battery: 2900mAh
There's no denying the iPhone 7 Plus's brilliance - just look at the fantastic cameras, supercharged performance and waterproof design. But that doesn't disguise the fact that it doesn't build massively on the iPhone 6S. If you want true innovation, you'll have to pay the extra for 2017's iPhone X.
Read more in TechRadar's full iPhone 7 Plus review