Hello All, I moved to the UK a year ago and have been using my iPhone 5 from the states on PAYG (and 3G only). I was hoping to replace with an iPhone 6 and preorder this Friday. I did some research about 5s plans the past few months and I now understand that its much more transparent here on what your monthly bill is (one portion is for the service, another is for the phone). It seemed that the amount you truly paid on the phone varied quite a bit per carrier, but maybe that was because the 5s was old and some discounted it more than others. Does all the carriers tend to have the same options for upfront cost and payment over a contract? Historically what are those amounts? I'm also curious what most people recommend for carriers in London. Theoretically it should be the hot spot for all of them. I tried Three for the first couple months here. I found that their 3G network was just too slow. I've since been on Tmobile 3G via EE. At the time they wouldn't even give me a 30 day contract due to my lack of UK credit history, that may have changed now. But I find quite often that even with full bars I consistently have little to no internet connection on a daily basis at my office in central London and sometimes at home in East London, even on weekends when there's no one around. Perhaps it would be like going from AT&T where 3G was overloaded but 4G ran like a dream everywhere anytime.