by Joe White
September 20, 2013
In the British Isles, the low-cost carrier 3 is set to offer unlimited 4G LTE data with its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c plans. However, there's a catch: namely, the 4G LTE network offered by 3 hasn't yet been activated, and isn't scheduled to until December later this year. As such, new customers with the carrier will have to make do with 3G cellular data access in the months leading up to the carrier's 4G LTE network launch (which will first be available in London, Manchester, Birmingham, Reading, and certain surrounding areas). That being said, if you can handle lesser cellular download speeds for a few months, the plans offered by 3 are undoubtedly impressive. The carrier is offering Apple's iPhone 5s from £99 and its iPhone 5c from £49, and plans start at £37 per month for both smartphones. All of the plans offered by 3 come with "all-you-can-eat data," the carrier explains, which iDevice users will certainly appreciate. These definitely look to be some of the better iPhone contracts on offer to iDevice users in the British Isles. For more information, head over to 3's website, where both the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c are available to order online. See also: Candy Crush Saga Crushes The Competition Even Further With More Levels, Go Get It, iPhone 5s Users: Apple's iOS 7.0.1 Is Already Available To Download, and Orders For iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c Launch In The US Apple Online Store.