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Here's what the new iPhones will cost in Ireland

All the networks are offering them on 24-month contracts.

Tim Cook introduces the new iPhoneS in Cupertino.
Tim Cook introduces the new iPhoneS in Cupertino.
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Updated 11.50pm

IRISH CUSTOMERS WON’T be able to get their hands on the new iPhones until next Friday but networks have announced their prices ahead of the release date.

O2, Three, Meteor and Vodafone are already accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on 24-month contracts. eMobile will also be selling the phones online and in stores from next Friday.

Both phones come in 16gb, 64gb and 124gb versions and the prices for Irish customers depend on the storage capacity and monthly plan.

On Three, the iPhone 6 will be available from €179 and the iPhone 6 Plus will be available from €279 on the network’s €55 a month ‘unlimited data’ price plan.

Meteor are offering the iPhone 6 for €99 based on a two-year contract at €59 a month or €249 based on a €39 a month contract. Meteor say they are offering a data allowance bonus to customers who sign up online.

O2 have the 16gb iPhone priced a €179 based on two-year €55 a month deal.

Vodafone’s cheapest upfront deal sees them offering customers the 16gb iPhone 6 handset for €49.99 on an €80 a month plan. Users can choose to buy the same handset for €249.99 with a monthly charge of €35.

A spokesperson for Three says they have already received interest in the phone and “expect to sell out promptly”.

First published 11.50am

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