iPhone 5 special prices from Cell C

Launch prices and date confirmed for the iPhone 5 on Cell C

December 13, 2012
Cell C iPhone

Cell C will have special deals available for the first 1,000 customers to take up an iPhone 5 contract with them, according to information received by MyBroadband.

The network has also confirmed on its website that it will offer the iPhone 5 on the launch date previously announced by Apple: 14 December 2012.

Two deals were listed on a pamphlet that a Cell C spokesperson said they could not confirm or refute at this time.

These are a Cell C Straight Up 200 contract for R399 with a 16GB iPhone 5 and a Straight Up 400 package for R699 that includes a 32GB iPhone 5.

As with Cell C’s existing iPhone contracts, these deals include an additional 300MB of data per month on top of what is already bundled with the Straight Up contracts.

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