iPhone 8 deals are now available to buy - the pre-order phase is over - and the phone is now on general sale. That means if you buy today, you'll get your phone tomorrow.
The iPhone X deals are, however, not going on sale until October 27 so if you're after that particular technology marvel you'll have to wait a bit longer.
So what are the first wave of iPhone 8 deals like? As you might have expected they're not exactly cheap - in fact, many of the early prices are extremely expensive.
But not all these deals were born equal and if you're careful you can save yourself lots of money. Watch out for certain deals with low data costing more than those with lots of data! Use our price comparison tools below to find your perfect iPhone 8 deal or check out our specific recommendations!
iPhone 8 | £659.95 handset (save £39) | 18GB data | Unlimited calls & texts | £21 per month (12 months)
TechRadar readers can exclusively get the iPhone 8 for just £659.95 (saving £39) at Direct Mobiles in conjunction with a 12 month plan with EE which gets you 18GB and unlimited calls and texts. A great option if you want to upgrade again next year instead of waiting 24 months! See this deal at Direct Mobiles
The best iPhone 8 deals you can buy today:
iPhone 8 64GB | £150 upfront | 10GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £39PM
This is definitely the best iPhone 8 deal out there so far today. £150 upfront is not too bad for this phone, but £39 per month for 10GB data on O2 is really good value in relative terms! It's still not cheap, but compared to everything else out there this is the best option! Total cost over 24 months is £1086
View this deal: from Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 8 64GB | £125 upfront | 5GB data | Unlimited mins and texts | £42.99PM
This is the best iPhone 8 deal from EE we've seen so far and it's quite a bit cheaper than the equivalent deal from last week. £125 upfront is about standard for any new flagship phone, and £42.99 per month for 5GB data on EE with unlimited calls and texts - while not cheap - is the best deal currently available for this phone on this network. Total cost over 24 months is £1156.76
View this deal: from Mobiles.co.uk
iPhone 8 64GB | £99 upfront | 26GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £44pm
Vodafone is an attractive network to go for with the iPhone 8 if you're after lots and lots of data. This deal offers 26GB of 4G data for £48 per month. The upfront cost is a good whack cheaper than a similar Carphone Warehouse deal we featured last week so you're already getting a better deal than some. Total cost over 24 months is £1155.
View this deal: at Mobile Phones Direct
iPhone 8 64GB | £100 upfront | 30GB data | Unlimited calls and texts | £49.44pm
Three is often a good network to go for if you're after lots of data. This is the best big data deal we've seen from the Three network so far. £49.44 per month is a lot of money though (although it's £60 a month direct from the Three store), so only go for this deal if you really need all the data and want to be on Three. Simply adjust your upfront cost to £100 to see this price once you click through. Total cost over 24 months is £1286.76
View this deal: at Unshackled
iPhone 8 deals: how much does the phone cost?
The SIM-free price of the new iPhone 8 is £699. That's £100 more than the iPhone 7 cost when it launched in the UK 12 months ago, so while this is not the iPhone X, nor is it what you'd call a cheap alternative. To get the phone on a 24 month contract you'll obviously have to pay a fair whack more than that, so depending on which tariff suits you best you may or may not be better off buying SIM free with a SIM only deal.
Don't expect a revolution with the iPhone 8. It's essentially a tweaked iPhone 7 with a few enhancements and one or two upgrades. For that reason we wouldn't particularly recommend this phone to anyone with an iPhone 7 - but for those with older phones this could make a timely upgrade.
Read TechRadar's full iPhone 8 review