Despite the latest fourth-generation Apple Watch launching on the same day as the iPhone XS and XS Max all the way back in September 2018, so far the high tech accessory has only been available on EE and Vodafone. As while the smartphones were available on all phone networks, EE and Vodafone both bagged exclusives on the LTE versions of the Apple Watch (from Series 3 onwards) to ensure that you had to buy it through them. But now O2 has finally joined the party, meaning that existing O2 customers can simply get the gadget as an add-on to their existing plan. How much you pay is also up to you, with current O2 customers with an iPhone 6 or higher able to utilise O2’s flexi tariffs to set up their own custom plans on the Apple Watch , including picking how much they want to pay upfront and for how long they want the contract to be. For existing customers with an iPhone 6 or higher, the company enables users to set up their own custom plans, meaning users can choose how much they want to pay upfront, how long their contract should be. As an introductory offer, O2… Read full this story
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