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The iPhone 14 Pro deal you’ve been waiting for is here


If you’re looking for an iPhone 14 Pro contract deal that won’t drain all your spare cash every month, we’ve got the deal for you.

Mobile phones Direct there’s currently a deal that gets you an iPhone 14 Pro 128GB for £47 a month with £129 upfront.

Get an iPhone 14 Pro on contract for £47 a month

Mobile Phones Direct is offering the iPhone 14 Pro on a 24-month contract with O2 for just £47 a month with a generous 250GB of data per month.

  • Mobile phones Direct
  • 250 GB of data
  • £47 per month, £129 upfront

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As well as the hardware, you also get an attractively generous 24-month O2 contract with unlimited texts and minutes and 250GB of monthly data.

All of this doesn’t come cheap, of course, but then it’s the only expensive piece of kit. The fact that it’s an iPhone 14 Pro contract that’s priced below the £50 mark makes it a bargain.

It’s a fantastic phone without a doubt. We’ve awarded the iPhone 14 Pro 4.5 out of 5 stars our review late last year, concluding that it “has enough features to make it the best phone you can buy right now.”

We particularly liked Apple’s new Dynamic Island system, which not only gets rid of Apple’s classic (read: outdated) notch, but also adds a whole new useful widget overlay system to iOS.

We were also impressed with the iPhone 14 Pro’s performance boost, which should provide plenty of battery life for the foreseeable future.

In this latest model, Apple also departs from its 12-megapixel camera, shipping the iPhone 14 Pro with its first 48-megapixel primary camera. We called it “the best camera phone you can buy today.”

The display continues to draw attention, and Apple has finally added an always-on display to provide useful information when the phone is off.

All in all, it’s a great phone, and now it’s more affordable than ever with this contract deal.

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