I'm looking to upgrade my current handset and contract, having reviewed my options I've noticed that for a £220 upfront cost, with a 36-month contract and 20GB of data, the iPhone 12 pro costs £22.73 per month and £24 for airtime. Whereas the iPhone 13pro for the same upfront cost and contract length, with 150GB of data the device costs £20.22 per month, and £29.99 for airtime. So over 36 months the iPhone 13 pro costs £727.92 and the older iPhone 12 pro costs £818.28, how does this make any sense? Can someone at O2 share how they've worked this out?
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