To get your hands on Apple's latest handset, there's gonna need to be some serious wallet-prying going on. The iPhone X (pronounced iPhone 10) will set you back a solid $1,579 at the least, and if you want to jack up the 64GB storage to 256GB, you'll need to drop $1,829 on the flagship.
If you're looking to see why it's so expensive, you can check out our iPhone X review for more details on its sleek specs, but if you're trying to save some dollars by scoring it in a plan, look no further.
We've painstakingly compared all the plans from the major providers that'll net you the new Apple flagship. There's something for everyone, whether you're looking for massive data, a penny-pincher of a plan, or the best all-rounder, we've got it here for you.
The best iPhone X plans
Given the $1,579 starting price of the handset, most people are going to want to pick it up as part of a plan. Like the outright prices, the plans are similarly steep, but here's the cheapest plans you can order the iPhone X on right now.
If you're looking to enter the iPhone X world but without an iPhone X price, you can score one alongside the 2GB plan from Vodafone for only $95.79 a month. What's more, if you decide you like the look of another SIM-only plan, you can leave the Vodafone plan at any time and just pay off the value of the handset alone. Total cost over 24 months is 2,298.96
The most well-rounded plan at the moment comes in the form of Vodfone's unlimited $60 plan, which nets you up to 40GB of data before your speed is capped at 1.5Mbps (which still isn't half-bad). You'll also get 2,000 minutes of international calls to Zone 1 countries, check out the Vodafone site for zoning info. Total cost over 24 months is 3,018.96
Optus is back with its ludicrous 200GB data plans, and at only $155 a month, this is a no-brainer for the data lover. You'll also get a stupendous 6GB of roaming data and unlimited roaming calls and texts if you're a bit of a jet-setter. Total cost over 24 months is $3,720
The best iPhone X plan for each carrier
If you're looking at going with Telstra, then the included extras and promise of improved coverage is going to cost you a little more than its competitors, so it's best to get the most out of it with a higher-tiered plan. $142 a month will net you 20GB of data, but it's worth doubling that cap by just forking out an extra $7 and going with this plan. Total cost over 24 months is $3,576
Optus is back with its ludicrous 200GB data plans, and for only $155 a month, this is a no-brainer for the data lover. You'll also get a stupendous 6GB of roaming data and unlimited roaming calls and texts if you're a bit of a jet-setter. Total cost over 24 months is $3,720
Vodafone has recently introduced 'unlimited' data plans, and this one in particular will allow you 40GB of downloads before your data speeds are capped at 1.5Mbps, which is still fairly decent. The company also doesn't handle plans in the same way as the other players, allowing you to pay off the handset and leave the contract at any time. Total cost over 24 months is $3,018.96