Apple has just launched its new iPhone 13s, which are available for pre-order, with delivery scheduled for September 24. The official rates are as follows:
- iPhone 13: 909 euros for 128 GB, 1029 euros for 256 GB and 1259 euros for 512 GB.
- iPhone 13 mini: 809 euros for 128 GB, 929 euros for 256 GB and 1159 euros for 512 GB.
- iPhone 13 Pro: 1159 euros for 128 GB, 1279 euros for 256 GB, 1509 euros for 512 GB and 1739 euros for 1 TB.
- iPhone 13 Pro Max: 1259 euros for 128 GB, 1379 euros for 256 GB, 1609 euros for 512 GB and 1839 euros for 1 TB.
Do not expect discounts for the moment at e-merchants, because the prices are the same as those of Apple. On the other hand, you can pay less for your smartphone if you take a package from SFR, Orange or Bouygues Telecom.
We have established below how much you will pay for the iPhone 13 in total if you take a plan. To keep things simple, we’ve opted for representative 4G and 5G plans, with at least 80 GB of data. We are also dealing with a new customer, who does not have a mobile or Internet subscription with the operator (box owners can generally benefit from a discount on the package). We have also included the Flex offer of Free. This rental / sale offer allows you to buy a smartphone by paying a reduced initial amount, then 19.99 euros per month over two years, in addition to the package. At the end of the two years, the customer can choose to permanently purchase the device by paying the sum of 100 euros. In the end, there is no additional cost to the price of the smartphone, but no reduction either.
Still to simplify the reading of the tables below, we have retained only one capacity for the terminals: 128 GB. While 64 GB was too tight, 128 GB allows you to start well with an iPhone.
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Unsurprisingly, Sosh, B & You and Red by SFR practice small discounts (up to 50 euros), but their packages are cheaper and without commitment. The offers from Bouygues Telecom, Orange and SFR imply a 24-month commitment.
For the first year, it is l” 80 GB Free offer which is the cheapest, taking into account the package and the smartphone. It is followed from afar by the offer 5G 90 Go from Bouygues, the two offers from SFR and the package 5G 120 GB of Free. After two years, these are the packages 4G 80 GB from Sosh, B & You and Red by SFR which prove to be the most profitable, followed by the offer 80 GB of Free. The most interesting first 5G plan is that of Free.
The data changes for the iPhone 13 mini 128 GB. For the first year, the offer 80 GB of Free is still in the lead, but it is followed by the packages 5G 90 GB from Bouygues, 5G 120 GB from SFR and 5G 150 GB from Free. The 80 GB non-binding offers from Sosh, B & You and RED by SFR take the advantage for the calculation of the total cost over two years, followed by that of Free also in 80 GB. In 5G, this is the offer 150 GB of Free which turns out to be the most interesting.
For the Pro 128 GB model, the package Free 80 GB remains the most interesting for the first year. It is followed by the offers 5G 120 GB from SFR and 5G 90 GB from Bouygues. After two years, these are the f80 GB 4G packages from RED by SFR and B & You which are the most interesting. For 5G, the 150 GB package from Free comes first, followed in a pocket square by the offers 90 Go from Bouygues, 100 Go from Orange, 130 Go from B & You and 120 Go from SFR.
The top ranking for the first year of purchasing the iPhone Pro Max 128GB is similar to that of the Pro 128GB model: the Free 80 GB package comes first, followed by offers 5G 120 GB from SFR and 5G 90 GB from Bouygues. For the second year, the offers 4G 80 GB from RED by SFR and B & You are the cheapest. In 5G, the package 150 GB of Free is the most profitable, followed in a pocket square by the offers 90 Go from Bouygues, 100 Go from Orange, 130 Go from B & You and 120 Go from SFR.
Note that operators generally offer all the capacities of the iPhone 13 Pro and Pro Max, including models with 1 TB of storage. Finally, SFR and Bouygues Telecom allow payment for iPhones to be spread over 24 months, while Sosh offers a wide choice of free payment (4, 12 or 24 times) and RED By SFR offers to pay in four installments.