Apple iPhone XS: Compare prices for the best deal
Avoid paying full retail price for Apple's latest smartphone with our round-up of the best iPhone XS deals.
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With its strong emphasis on style and brand, Apple is as much a purveyor of fashion as it is technology these days. The iPhone XS is a shining example of this, combining Apple's sleek aesthetic with its trademark "Super Retina" OLED screen and the impressively powerful A12 Fusion processor.
Like all Apple products, though, the iPhone XS isn't exactly the cheapest smartphone on the market. With a retail price starting at $1,629 for the 64GB model, it's worth doing your research and scoping out potential deals before handing over all that cash.
To save you the trouble of hunting down deals one by one, we've rounded up the best prices on the iPhone XS from Australian retailers in the table below:
|eBay||Apple iPhone XS - [Au Stock]||$1199||AUD||Buy it|
|eBay||Apple iPhone XS Max - [Au Stock]||$1399||AUD||Buy it|
|eBay||Apple iPhone XS (256GB, Gold)||$1919.99||AUD||Buy it|
|eBay||Apple iPhone XS MAX [64GB /256GB /512GB] Grey, Gold, Silver AU Stock Smartphone||$2407.9||AUD||Buy it|
While buying an iPhone XS outright is the cheapest approach in the long run, it's a lot of money to lay down in one lump sum. With a contract plan, you can stagger the cost out over a period of 12 months or more, reducing the hefty price tag to more-affordable monthly repayments. Since contract plans also come with call and data inclusions, it saves you the hassle of seeking out a separate SIM-only plan, too.
To find the right iPhone XS contract plan for your needs and budget, use our comparison tool below to see how plans from different Aussie telcos stack up:
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