iPhone 14 too expensive? Rent £849 phone for £407 in the UK with musicMagpie
Want the iPhone 14 for cheap? Now rent it with musicMagpie. Check offer details below.
Those of us who swap our smartphones every year or so know how heavy it is on our pockets to pay a premium for a device only to switch just one year down the line. Most premium smartphones nowadays cost at least £600. If you go for the flagships, the cost increases nearly 1.5 times. That goes for the Apple iPhone 14 series, which starts at £849 for the base 128GB storage variant. So, if you want to get your hands on Apple's newest flagship, then you'll be amazed to know that it is available on rent!
Online retailer musicMagpie has announced an amazing offer where you can rent the iPhone 14 at a very cheap rate. Availing this offer can get you the brand-new iPhone 14 without burning a hole in your pocket.
iPhone 14 on rent at musicMagpie
iPhone 14 is originally priced at £849 in the UK for the base 128GB variant. However, you can rent it with musicMagpie for as low as £33.99 a month, without any upfront cost! The iPhone 14 128GB variant can be yours to rent for just £33.99 a month. You can rent the smartphone for a whole year and it still won't cost you more than half the original price of the iPhone 14. The devices are network unlocked meaning you can get your own carrier!
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If you rent the iPhone 14, you just have to pay £407.88 for the whole year. To make this deal even sweeter, you can even trade in your old smartphone to reduce the rent even further. Moreover, you get a lifetime warranty on the iPhone 14, meaning you can rent it as long as you want without any worries of warranty coverage.
You can also rent higher storage variants of the iPhone 14. The 256GB variant can be yours for just £36.99 and the highest 512GB variant for just £44.99. That is an amazing offer for anyone who does not want to pay the hefty £849 starting price of the iPhone 14!
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