The cheapest 4G deal for the 5S costs £26 per month for a paltry 500MB of data. On that plan, the 5S costs £260 up front for the 16GB model, £350 for the 32GB version, and £420 for the 64GB model.
The cheapest up-front cost of the 5S is £20, on a £51 monthly deal that nets you 20GB of data.
The cheapest up front cost for the 32GB model is £130, while the best price for the 64GB version is £230.
The 16GB 5S is also available on 3G deals from Orange and T-Mobile, starting at £100.
EE has already revealed prices for the iPhone 5C, which starts at a tenner followed by a monthly bill of £46. The 5C is available to order now, but there's no pre-order for the 5S -- so you'll have to go to a shop to get your hands on one from day one.
Not everybody wants an Apple phone, of course: we asked you, the CNET reader, for your thoughts, and you didn't hold back, readers giving Apple down the banks for being "lazy and greedy." If you're not sold on Apple's latest, see how they measure up to the Samsung Galaxy S4, and HTC One.
For the latest great deals from all the networks, check out our handy comparison of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C UK prices and release dates.
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