iPhone 7 deal from ATS

Our iPhone 7 offer for businesses

After months of waiting, the iPhone 7 has been unveiled. ATS has a limited time offer on the iPhone 7, and it comes with our free account management service as standard.

Our business customers are busy people and enjoy the fact that they don’t have to liaise with network call centres. They simply call or email us if they have any queries. From technical questions to add-ons and plan changes, ATS saves our customers’ time as well as money.

  • iPhone 7 handset
  • UNLIMITED minutes
  • UNLIMITED texts
  • 8GB superfast 4GEE data
  • 180 IDD and roaming minutes and texts (EU and USA)
  • Your own account manager…

… all for £42+vat a month.


If you have any questions or would like to order, please call 01743 491560 or fill out the no-obligation form below:



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If you’d like to know more about the iPhone 7 handset itself, here is our lowdown:

At first glance

Aesthetically the iPhone 7 is similar to the iPhone 6. It has identical dimensions, although the 4.7-inch screen has a glossier finish and is 25% brighter than the last model. It’s lighter than the iPhone 6 by 5g.

It has also been released in five colours: silver, gold, rose gold, black and ‘Jet black’, the only glossy finish in the history of the iPhone which is available only on the 128GB and 256Gb models. There are also no more antenna lines across the back of the case – a small change which might appeal to those who care about a sleeker look.

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Home button

The first thing you might notice is that the home button is no longer really a button. Rather than pressing and clicking, it is pressure sensitive and includes “taptic feedback”, which means you can choose from three settings that will give you a light or a strong buzz.

Water and dust resistant

The iPhone 7 is dust tight and can survive being submerged in water up to one-metre deep, usually for a maximum of thirty minutes. So if you’ve always wanted to shoot films or take pictures while scuba diving or in the rain, you’re covered.


Speaking of taking pictures, the iPhone 7 boasts entirely new camera systems. The 12-megapixel camera has optical image stabilisation, a larger aperture, 6-element lens and two-tone flash which all means brighter, more detailed photos and videos.

Battery life and performance

It’s official: this is the longest lasting iPhone ever. Users can expect the iPhone 7 to have 2 hours more battery life than the iPhone 6 on each charge; that’s 14 hours when using WiFi and 12 hours on 4G.

It’s all due to the new custom-designed Apple A10 Fusion chip, which despite enhanced graphics uses just one-fifth of the power of the iPhone 6 and processes twice as fast.

Operating system

The iPhone 7 comes with iOS 10, the world’s most advanced mobile operating system. It means a huge update to Siri, allowing it to command third-party apps, as well as redesigned Messages, Maps, Photos, Apple Music and News apps.

No headphone jack

The biggest change is there is no headphone jack. Considering the headphone jack has been pretty much the only phone connector used since 1964, this is a bold move. It does make for a thinner handset plus allows room for a stereo speaker – one of two on the handset that will promise louder, clearer audio.

The headphones that come with the iPhone 7 simply have a lightning connector rather than the “old” 3.5mm connector.

Where the debate lies is with Apple’s introduction of its new wireless AirPods – wireless headphones that are sold separately. Regardless of our thoughts, Apple is boldly moving towards totally wireless technology. Their AirPods contain five hours’ charge and only start playing your audio choices when inserted into your ears. They are operated through Siri. Smart stuff.

The iPhone 7 Plus

As with previous models, there is a Plus version. Here are some quick facts about the iPhone 7 Plus:

·       5.5-inch screen

·       15 hours’ battery time on Wifi and 4G

·       New ‘dual lens’ system improving long-range photos