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The best iPhone 11 deals - August 2020

The best iPhone 11 deals 2020
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While the iPhone 11 is not the cheapest iPhone on the market - that's the iPhone SE (2020) - it is still more reasonably priced than its stablemates, the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max. In fact, we think it's the sweet spot of the entire iPhone range as it now stands.

So, if you're looking to pick one up at a bargain price, this is the page for you. Read on for a feast of iPhone 11 deals, including our picks for August...

The standard iPhone 11 is the baby of the iPhone 11 family. While its LCD screen isn't quite as detailed or as deft as the OLED panels of the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, it is still plenty bright and sharp. And at 6.1in, it's large enough to do movies and TV shows justice. There's also support for HDR, with both HDR10 and Dolby Vision available for suitably encoded content. 

Thanks to the A13 Bionic chip, you're treated to a swift and enjoyable user experience, while the cameras make it almost impossible to take a bad shot. Throw in Apple's foolproof iOS operating system, and you have a great, low(ish) cost iPhone that's a solid step up from the iPhone SE.

iPhone 11 64GB Black | 100GB data | £41pm | £0 upfront
As well as a huge 100GB of data, this Three deal gives you unlimited calls and texts, so you can use your new phone to your heart's content. And with nothing, nada, zilch to pay upfront, it won't break the bank.View Deal

iPhone 11 | 100GB data | £79.99 upfront cost | £36pm
Here's another cracking deal on Three via Affordable Mobiles. Pay £80 upfront and that brings the monthly fee down to a very 'affordable' £36. Plus you get a whopping 100GB data and unlimited calls. Where do we sign?View Deal

iPhone 11 64GB | 20GB data | Free Apple Music | £35pm
This EE package deal courtesy of Mobiles.co.uk includes an 11 Pro handset, 20GB of data per month, unlimited minutes and texts, three months' free BT Sport, six months' free Apple Music and six months' free BritBox. Now that's what we call a bonus package.View Deal

The iPhone 11 has plenty of audio ability too, including support for Apple’s ‘spatial audio’ playback and Dolby Atmos

The speakers sound good by smartphone standards but plug in a decent pair of in-ear headphones (you’ll need Apple’s 3.5mm-to-Lightning dongle), or connect to a pair of wireless earbuds, and you'll discover plenty of musicality and rhythmic drive.

As we've come to expect from Apple, there are no real negatives – especially if you can pick up this excellent handset at a discounted price.

iPhone 11 | Free $100 Prepaid Mastercard | $29pm
Visible, the prepaid US cell phone carrier owned by Verizon, is tempting new customers with a free $100 prepaid Mastercard. Purchase an iPhone 11, make the first two monthly payments, and qualifying customers can claim their $100 reward.View Deal

iPhone 11 64GB | 6 Months free Tidal | $699.99 $599.99 at Boost
Boost, which uses T-Mobile's network, is offering customers $100 off the retail price of the 11 Pro. Order online, get free delivery and choose a plan once the handset arrives. Plans cost from $35 per month and include 6 months free Tidal music streaming.View Deal

iPhone 11 64GB | $0 upfront | $29.16pm
Verizon will sell you the 64GB iPhone 11 for $29.16 a month, with payments spread over 24 months. You'll need a contract on top of that, but still, if you're looking to keep payments low and won't use your phone much out of wi-fi (that's most of us lately), this '$0 down' deal could be a winner.View Deal

We think the standard iPhone 11 is the pick of the iPhone 11 family, thanks to its skills as a fantastic all-rounder. It ticks some of the boxes of its higher-specced siblings, but costs a lot less. Which is why we awarded it a coveted What Hi-Fi? Award last year. Accolades don't come much higher, and prices don't come much cheaper than the ones you see here.

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