So, now we all know what the pricing looks like.
Cell C is rather aggressive and taking in to account how (well) the Rand is performing, it is actually quite amazing how they’ve pulled this off.
So, do you buy the iPhone 6s cash? Or would a contract be a cheaper option?
Below, I’ve provided a very basic overview of pricing, just to give you some guidelines.
|Model||iPhone 6s||iPhone 6s||iPhone 6s||iPhone 6s Plus||iPhone 6s Plus||iPhone 6s Plus|
|Contract price from Cell C over 24 months||R 449.00||R 499.00||R 599.00||R 499.00||R 549.00||R 649.00|
|Contract price from MTN Over 24 months||R 489.00||R 559.00||R 619.00||R 559.00||R 619.00||R 689.00|
|Contract price from MTN over 36 months||R 349.00||R 399.00||R 449.00||R 399.00||n/a||R 499.00|
|Contract price from Telkom Mobile over 24 months||R 559.00||R 659.00||R 749.00||R 659.00||R 749.00||R 849.00|
|Contract price from Vodacom over 24 months||R 549.00||R 799.00||R 899.00||R 699.00||R 799.00||R 899.00|
|Cash price from the iStore||R 11 799.00||R 13 599.00||R 15 499.00||R 13 599.00||R 15 499.00||R 17 499.00|