The iPhone is one of the most popular smartphones and the phone that revolutionized mobile phones. They don’t come cheap however, finding cheap iPhone contracts is almost impossible. For the new iPhone 4S contracts range from £30 to over £51.

Finding the right iPhone contract can be difficult, figuring out how many minutes, texts and data you want and will need. Internet data is a must have for an iPhone, that way you can have the worldwide web sitting in your pocket anywhere you go. You can use internet apps like Google Maps, check football scores on Sky Sports and much more!

Three Mobile are doing a really good, cheap iPhone contract currently. You can get 300 minutes, 5000 texts and 500MB data for just £30 a month. That is a decent amount of minutes, plenty of texts and enough data for your everyday needs! In a recent YouGov report where iPhone users were asked about their usage and networks, Three Mobile fared well with the highest overall user satisfaction. This made Three Mobile the ebst UK network for the iPhone! Just click the image below to take advantage of this deal.

Cheap iphone Contracts


The Samsung Galaxy S 2 is one of the most powerful smartphones on the market with its dual core processor. You can now get the Samsung Galaxy S 2 with no upfront costs so you get a free smartphone! Here at SuperCheapMobiles we have collated the best free Samsung Galaxy S 2 deals on the major UK  networks in one place.

The tariffs differ from network to network but make sure you get the tariff that suits you best, the one with the your required number of minutes and texts. Don’t forget the increasingly important data allowance, which allows you to use the full internet features of the Galaxy S 2 when on the road.

Running the Android OS, the Samsung Galaxy S 2 will need a lot of data allowance, 3 Mobile offer the best data allowance with 1GB data a month which should be enough for causal use of the internet. If you need lots of minutes then 3 Mobile again offer the most lucrative deal with 900 minutes included.

If you send lots of texts then Vodafone, O2 and Orange offer unlimited texts but please note they come with a fair usage policy. 3 Mobile does include a large 5000 texts but that may not be enough for your needs.

If you want a cheap line rental then 3 Mobile and Vodafone both offer £30 a month contracts. However 3 Mobile probably offer a bit more with the large 1GB data allowance and 900 minutes.



There are many phones out there all available on contracts. Some contracts are 12 months, some 18 months and some 24 months. There are many contract phone deals around but you want to find the cheapest contract phone for your needs.

Looking to buy a new phone on contract? Then you have come to the best place to find the cheapest contract deals around. Here at you can compare hundreds of mobile phones according to handset price, features and monthly cost. We are dedicated to providing the cheapest contract phones and hand-picked deals available on contract.

If you want your handset at a cheap price and possibly with an online discount or free gift then a pay monthly mobile is the best thing for you. You can pick up contracts from as low as £5 form the UK’s best networks, O2, Vodafone, T-Mobile, Orange and more. A contract mobile is the best way to find the latest handsets at a good price and get a good tariff. In order to get customers many mobile phone dealers offer the latest gadgets for free. Here at SuperCheapMobiles we hand pick the latest deals with free gifts for you, allowing you to get the most suitable mobile phone deal.

Below are some of the best contract phone deals available:


The iPhone is a great device and with it’s stunning looks and easy functionality is one of the best smartphones on the market. Many networks are now offeFree iPhone 4 dealsring a free iPhone to customers. You can get a free iphone when you take out a contract. Choosing the right deal is a hard choice and you need to get it right to make the most out of your free iPhone. Getting a free iPhone 4 with your contract can reduce the price of your contract over the duration of the contract. You may pay a slightly higher monthly fee but it’s better than spending £450+ on the iPhone in the first place! Free iPhone contract deals start from just £35 a month so there are some really good deals available currently.

Here at SuperCheapMobiles we have put together the best free iPhone deals out there currently:

These are the best free iPhone deals currently, we will update the table whenever better free iPhone deals become available on different networks.  These deals are for both a free white iPhone and black iPhone 16GB, there are no free iPhone 32GB deals at present.


The HTC Sensation is the latest phonHTC Senastione in the HTC range of Android run smartphones. It releases on June 15th 2011 and is a ‘multimedia superphone’. The HTC Sensation has a look similar to that of the HTC Desire S with an aluminium case which wraps around the phone. It isn’t the best looking phone but it is definitely one of the best under the hood. We have compiled some of the best HTC Sensation deals:


Featuring the HTC Sense user interface and the latest version of Android 2.3, Gingerbread, the HTC Sensation is very simple to use. The HTC Sensation has an impressive 1.2GHz dual core processor built in, lying it in direct competition with the Samsung Galaxy S 2. This processor is one of the most powerful made for phones and the dual core leads to impressive loading times and handles apps beautifully. Apps start almost instantly and switching between apps is a seamless transition. This extra processing power helps considerably when dealing with visually rich websites and those that use Flash. Sites that may have struggled to load quickly on previous HTC’s load quickly on the HTC Sensation. It also has an internal 768MB of RAM.

Like the HTC Desire HD the HTC Sensation has a large 4.3″ screen with a pixel resolution of 540×960 and a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio. This pixel resolution is lower than the iPhone 4′s, 640×960, but nevertheless is an impressive feature. The HTC Sensation has the very latest QHD and SLCD technology, making images look even crisper than on the HTC Desire HD. Photos taken by the 8-MP back facing camera look great on screen. The 8-MP camera is the same as the HTC Desire HD which is much more impressive than that of the iPhone 4. You can also record videos in full 1080P HD, which is better than the 720P of the iPhone 4.

The HTC Sensation introduces the new HTC video store, Watch. Watch only offers TV shows and movies, not music currently and is supposed to be a rival to Apple’s media store iTunes. Watch allows you to download videos over 3G, as well as Wi-Fi, which look fantastic on the HTC Sensation’s 4.3″ screen.

The HTC Sensation weighs a hefty 148g which is heavy compared to other smartphones, in particular the light Samsung Galaxy S 2. It also has only 1GB of internal memory space. However this can be upgraded to 32Gb using a micro SD card. Below are some HTC Sensation Specs:

Dimensions: 126.1 x 65.4 x 11.3 mm
Weight: 148g
Screen size: 4.3 inches
Screen resolution: 540×960 pixels
Interal storage: 1GB
Memory: 768MB RAM
Camera: 8 MP, auto-focus, dual LED flash
OS: Android 2.3 (Gingerbread)
USB: Micros USB port
CPU: 1.2 GHz dual-processor, Qualcomm MSM 8260 Snapdragon

The HTC Sensation release date is June 15 2011. Once the prices are announced will bring you the best HTC Sensation deals.

UPDATE: The HTC Sensation is currently only available exclusively on Vodafone and will be available on other networks in June.


The HTC Desire HD Orange is one of the best smartphones on the market  and rivals the iPhone 4, see iPhone 4 v HTC Desire HD.

HTC Desire HD

Some of the awesome features on the HTC Desire HD Orange include the wonderful connectivity under the quad bands of GSM network as well as under the HSDPA network. The HTC Desire HD Orange has a massive 4.3 inches AMOLED touchscreen which has a resolution of 480×800 pixels. The HTC Desire HD has  allow internal memory of 4GB but can be increased using a micro SD card to a large 32GB. It also has a very good 8-MP camera which feature auto-focus and a dual LED flash. The Desire HD runs the Android 2.2 operating system with several standard features such as the HTC web browser, compatible with flash, and various other entertainment features. We have compiled some of the best HTC Desire HD contracts available on Orange.

Tariff You'll get... Monthly cost Free Gift Phone Cost
Orange Dolphin 25
(24 months)
300 mins
Unlimited texts
500MB data
£25 £30 Auto Cashback FREE HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD Orange
Orange Dolphin 30
(24 months)
500 mins
Unlimited texts
500 MB data
£30 £40 Auto Cashback FREE HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD Orange
Orange Dolphin 15
(24 months)
100 mins
Unlimited texts
250 MB data
£15 N/A £129.99
HTC Desire HD Orange
Orange Dolphin 20
(24 months)
200 mins
Unlimited texts
250MB data
£20 N/A £44.99
HTC Desire HD Orange
Orange Dolphin 35
(24 months)
700 mins
Unlimited texts
500MB data
£35 £60 Auto Cashback FREE HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD Orange
Orange Panther 40
(24 months)
900 mins
Unlimited texts
750 MB data
£40 £100 AutoCashback FREE HTC Desire HD
HTC Desire HD Orange


Thinking about getting an iPhone but don’t know which network is best for an iPhone 4? Well don’t worry we are here to help!

According to the YouGov iPhone iTrack survey done last year, Orange have the highest percentage of customers who want to change network, 15%. This is closely followed by T-Mobile, 14%, who are now partnered with Orange. Vodafone and 3 were joint lowest, with only 9% of customers planning to move network. This data can be seen in the graph below:

Best iPhone NetworkHere are the reasons why Orange iPhone users wanted to change network:

  • 58% say that they are disappointed with Orange’s network
  • 39% say that they can get a more reliable service elsewhere
  • 29% say Orange is expensive

These figures show that Orange need to do more to satisfy customer satisfaction and are probably not the greatest network for iPhones.

So who is?

According to the survey 3 (Three) and Vodafone were the best network for iPhones. A low 9% of customers were planning on moving networks. Showing that the customer satisfaction on the two networks are a set above the rest. 22% of users who said they were planning on leaving their network said they were going to move to Vodafone. 20% said they were going to move to O2, maybe due to their long lasting presence in the iPhone market.