iPhone coming to 2degrees this Xmas…November 29 - 9am
2degrees has jumped firmly onboard the iPhone bandwagon, offering both the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C for Kiwis this Christmas.
With the new devices available from Friday 13 December, the telco is offering customers the chance to pre-register now to receive further information closer to the launch.
At present there has been no revealing of price plans from 2degrees, but with Vodafone and Telecom already selling the devices, they may offer an indication as to a roundabout figure.
Cupertino’s flagship model, the iPhone 5S costs a recommended retail price of NZD$1,049 for the 16GB model, the 32GB model and 64GB model will command NZD$1,199 and NZD$1,349 respectively.
The iPhone 5C however, labelled as “the most colourful iPhone yet” will be available in blue, green, pink, yellow and white, for a recommended retail price of NZD$899 for the 16GB model and NZD$1,049 for the 32GB model.
Vodafone will offer both models in selected stores through out the country and online, with the iPhone 5S available from $0 for the 16GB model, $149 for the 32GB model and $299 for the 64GB model.
The iPhone 5C however, will be available from $0 for the 16GB and 32GB models all on Vodafone Red packages, while the iPhone 4S will also be available from $0 on Red.
Also offering the devices, Telecom will offer both models across the country and online, with the iPhone 5S 24-month plans available from $0 for the 16GB model, $199 upfront for the 32GB model on a $139 plan and $349 upfront for the 64GB model on a $139 plan.
The iPhone 5C however, will be available from $299 upfront for the 16GB model on a $99 plan and $449 upfront for the 32GB model on a $99 month plan.
It is worth noting for Apple users that both new smartphones are also available through the Apple Online Store and select Apple Authorised Resellers across the country, with the iPhone 4S now available for a recommended retail price of NZD$649.
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