If you're in the market for an iPhone 11 deal, then you're in luck.
That's because a rather good deal has just been announced.
The deal was shared on Martin Lewis' website moneysavingexpert.com as it was branded the "cheapest iPhone 11 deal we've ever seen".
The deal, which was with brand EE, is just £26 a month.
For that, you get 64GB of phone storage and 25GB of data each month, as well as unlimited minutes and texts.
You just need to pay £30 upfront and sign onto the contract for two years.
If you want the deal, you'll have to be quick though as it's available only until Tuesday May 18.
The website also shared similar deals, if you wanted to go with another network.
On O2, you can get the iPhone 11 for £26 a month too, again with 64GB of phone storage.
You even get more data – 40GB – but have to pay slightly more for the phone upfront (£49.99).
Again, you get unlimited minutes and texts.
Meanwhile on Three, the monthly cost is ever cheaper at £24 a month.
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This is again for 64GB of phone storage, but you get a huge 100GB of data each month.
The two-year contract also comes with unlimited minutes and texts, but it's £105 upfront.
The news comes after a woman hit headlines earlier this month as she received a cracked tile in the post, instead of the new iPhone 12 that she was expecting.
Olivia Parkinson contacted Virgin Media, who agreed she was a victim of fraud.
She claimed they initially said she was liable to pay for the item, but then revealed that the company had opened an investigation to see whether they're liable or not.
Virgin Media eventually closed Olivia's account, wrote off the outstanding balance and said they'd be returning all the money she paid for the phone.
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