British carrier EE is launching the Apple iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s on September 25. They will be available on contract with an EE Extra Plan to new and existing customers.

A 16GB iPhone 6s will cost £50 upfront and 24 months at £50 for 4GB of data. Existing EE users can get the same terms, but they get to skip the upfront cost.

The 16GB iPhone 6s Plus is £70 upfront and £55 a month for 10GB of data. For existing subscribers the upfront cost drops to £50.

If you’re on the EE Early Upgrade program you will get a discount on your outstanding plan. If you’re not but your old plan runs out in 45 days, you can easily upgrade too, perhaps pawning off your old device to a family member and adding a new 4G EE SIM for £8 a month with a 12-month contract. Or you can trade in your old device for credit towards a new iPhone 6s or 6s Plus.

“On EE, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus customers can connect to the UK’s biggest and fastest mobile network, which offers world-leading 4G+ (LTE-A) network speeds as well as Wi-Fi Calling,” said Pippa Dunn, Chief Marketing Officer, EE. “iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus offer an exceptional smartphone experience that our customers will love and which will work to their maximum on our unique 4G network.”

Vodafone, O2, Three and Tesco will also carry the iPhone 6s duo.