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The best iPhone 7 Plus deals and UK contracts in April 2021

This plus sized iPhone 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.

If you're looking for a big screen iPhone that won't break the bank then the 7 Plus could be a good fit. Prices fell very nicely on the advent of the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and it is far cheaper than the big iPhones like the XS Max - if you go for the earlier iteration you could even end up paying around £300 less than it costs to get the newer massive iPhones. 7 Plus prices can now be found for less than £30 per month.

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.

See also: iPhone 8 Plus deals | iPhone 8 deals | Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus deals | iPhone 7 deals | iPhone 6S Plus deals | Mobile phone deals

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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
Storage: 32GB/128GB/256GB
External storage: No
Battery: 2900mAh
Reasons to buy
+Buckets of power+High performance cameras+Decent battery
Reasons to avoid
-Ditches the headphone jack

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 or the even more recent iPhone XR and iPhone XS 

Read more in TechRadar's full iPhone 7 Plus review