It may be coming up to three years old (doesn't time fly!), but the iPhone 6 is an excellent alternative to the costly iPhone 7. So if your contract is up, you're ready to upgrade, want an Apple handset but also want to keep your spending down, then the iPhone 6 is well worth a look.
And you need look no further, because we've done all the research for you! We've rounded up the UK's best contract deals for Apple's iPhone 6. The good news is that the price of the iPhone 6 has fallen through the floor. Now with deals under £20 a month, there's never been a better time to pick up this still-fantastic phone.
So there's no need to wait until Black Friday 2017 to bag a bargain iPhone. With the deals you can grab in our comparison chart below, you can fill your boots with unlimited texts and minutes, as well as a healthy slug of data. Buy buy BUY!
The UK's best iPhone 6 deals
It may be almost three years old, but the iPhone 6 has aged admirably. And the mature age also means the prices are fantastic. We've sorted through the finest iPhone 6 deals from EE, O2 and Vodafone (the Three network no longer does tariffs on the iPhone 6) to narrow down the best five plans available today.
iPhone 6 32GB | £25 upfront (with 10OFF code) | Unlimited calls and texts | 1GB data | £17.99pm
The bottom fell out of the iPhone 6 market last month. EE has come up trumps with an exceptional deal for Apple's 2014 flagship phone. It was free upfront and then a crazy-low £17.99 a month after that. It now costs £25 upfront (if you use our 10OFF code), but still no other network can match this right now. Total cost over 24 months is £456.76
Get this iPhone 6 deal: over at Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 6 128GB | £144.99 upfront (with 10OFF code) | Unlimited calls and texts | 3GB data | £37pm
One of the iPhone 6's few faults is the small onboard memory of the entry-level handset. If you need more space for your music, podcasts and photos then this deal is worth a look. You get the 128GB phone instead, and a decent 3GB data allowance. That's a potent tag team! And talking of gigs, you get priority on tickets to music concerts as well. Total cost over 24 month is £1032.99
Get this deal: from Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 6 32GB | FREE upfront | Unlimited calls and texts | 5GB data | £27.99pm
Now that O2's Double Data discount has ended, this EE deal is the one to go for if you need a dab more data. Unless you stream and download away from wi-fi A LOT, 5GB should be plenty. This is a really good deal, especially when you consider that the handset price is absolutely FREE! Total cost over 24 month is £671.76
Get this deal: from Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 6 32GB | FREE upfront | Unlimited calls and texts | 16GB data | £34pm
Vodafone had been the king of 16GB deals (Hurrah!). That is until it hiked its prices (Booooooo!). But this deal on the iPhone 6 is still decent, with monthly payments of £34pm and a free phone. Not bad at all for this high data allowance - nobody else really comes close if you do a lot of streaming and downloading away from Wi-Fi. Total cost over 24 months is £816
Get this deal: from Carphone Warehouse
iPhone 6 32GB | FREE upfront | Unlimited calls and texts | 40GB data | £52.99pm
Unfortunately, neither Three or GiffGaff now do deals on the iPhone 6. So that means no unlimited data deals. You'll have to settle for 40GB at the most - and that's where this EE tariff comes in. Even without uncapped data, we can't quite fathom how you'd manage to go over this limit. Live streaming Big Brother 24/7? We wouldn't wish that on anybody! Total cost over 24 month is £1271.76
Get this deal: direct from EE
iPhone 6 review and key specs
Still brilliant after three years
Weight: 129g | Dimensions: 138.1 x 67 x 6.9mm | OS: iOS 10.3.3 | Screen size: 4.7-inch | Resolution: 750 x 1334 resolution | CPU: Apple A8 | RAM: 1GB | Storage: 16/32/64/128GB | Battery: 1810mAh | Rear camera: 8MP | Front camera: 1.2MP
Unlike more recent entries in the iPhone ouevre, Apple made a genuine leap forward from the iPhone 5S with its successor. The iPhone 6 remains one of the best phones Apple has ever created or, indeed, ever created by any manufacturer. At the time of release, its faster CPU, better graphics and slicker interface really made it seem worth the high price - so now it's a bonafide bargain!