Evening all, Just wanting some thoughts on the below, seeing as well if anyone else has OR thought of going for this. So as I can't see the US iPhone Upgrade Program coming to the UK i've noticed that recently EE have added there own version (to a degree). Rounding things up to make it easier, my current SIM only plan is £20 p/m so over a year its £240. If I were to buy an iPhone every year (64Gb) is £690, assuming the iPhones would stay the same price every year. So as a total its £930 per year. Now EE complete program is £80 p/m for 24 months with the option to upgrade for free at 12 months (if you do you then refresh the plan for 24 months), this comes with unlimited messages and minutes with 50Gb data and some other bits and bobs :S So assuming you would upgrade every year, thats £80 over 12 months comes to £960. For this you don't pay any upgrade fee or anything for the iPhone, now my slight advantage is i get 25% of the monthly cost coming to £60 a month so over a year its £720, so of course this cheaper then buying an iPhone for a year then having a year of a SIM only plan. I'm thinking for me personally which i've mentioned before in other posts, the hassle of selling your iPhone etc is sort of worth it for £30, or in my situation it would be £720 for a year meaning a saving of £210. i can't see any other carriers doing anything like this, i know O2 have refresh but you do have to pay for the iPhone every year you upgrade.