Cell C iPhone pricing details

Cell C has made the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 available on its network at aggressive contract rates

By - July 15, 2012 Share on LinkedIn
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Cell C has officially launched the Apple iPhone on its network. The operator now offers consumers the iPhone 4 8GB, iPhone 4s 16GB, iPhone 4s 32GB, and iPhone 4s 64GB.

The Apple iPhone is available on all Cell C Straight Up Post-paid packages and Straight Up TopUp packages, and each package will include a 300MB data bundle. All packages are available on a 6-, 12-, 18- or 24-month contracts.

“Included benefits will automatically be carried over for a maximum of 90 (ninety) days if not depleted earlier,” Cell C said in a press statement.

Standard pricing starts at R279 per month for an iPhone 4 8GB on a 24-month Straight Up 50 contract, and increases to R799 per month for an iPhone 4S 64GB on a 24-month Straight Up 400 package.

The following table provides an overview of Cell C’s iPhone pricing on various contract packages.

iPhone 24-month contracts on Cell C
Apple device Contract Airtime SMS Data Monthly price
iPhone 4 8GB Straight Up 50 50 minutes 50 350MB R279
iPhone 4S 16GB Straight Up 50 50 minutes 50 350MB R329
iPhone 4S 16GB Straight Up 200 200 minutes 200 500MB R479
iPhone 4S 32GB Straight Up 200 200 minutes 200 500MB R549
iPhone 4S 64GB Straight Up 400 400 minutes 400 700MB R799
24-month contract – phone only cost
Apple device Monthly cost
iPhone 4 8GB R274
iPhone 4S 16GB R333
iPhone 4S 32GB R391
iPhone 4S 64GB R454
1-month contract – phone only cost
Apple device Price
iPhone 4 8GB R6,599
iPhone 4S 16GB R7,999
iPhone 4S 32GB R9,399
iPhone 4S 64GB R10,899

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