FNB iPhone 5 prices released

FNB today announced the addition of the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini to its Smart Device Offer

By - December 14, 2012
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FNB today (14 December 2012) announced the addition of the iPhone 5 and the iPad mini to its Smart Device Offer.

New and existing FNB Cheque Account clients can order the very latest Apple technology at a reduced rate with 24 months to pay.

Prices for the iPhone 5 will start from R359 per month with zero additional fees, interest or charges. The iPhone 5 will be available in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB.

“Due to the high demand expected, initially stock will be limited,” FNB said in a press statement.

FNB will also make the iPad mini available. Prices for the iPad mini will start from R195 per month.

Clients who hold an FNB Cheque Account and Credit Card with a balance transfer of R10,000 or more may qualify for an additional discount of up to R100 per month.

Devices on offer Monthly Fee (Incl. Vat) With R50 discount for Cheque Account and Credit Card Clients clients With R100 discount for Cheque and Credit Card clients (with a balance transfer)
iPhone 4 8GB R 205 R155 R105
iPhone 5 16GB R 359 R309 R259
iPhone 5 32GB R 409 R359 R309
iPhone 5 64GB R 469 R419 R369
Devices on offer Monthly Fee (Incl. Vat) With R50 discount for Cheque Account and Credit Card clients With R100 discount for Cheque and Credit Card clients (with a balance transfer)
iPad mini 16G Wifi+Cellular R 195 R145 R95
iPad mini 32G Wifi+Cellular R 240 R190 R140
iPad mini 64G Wifi+Cellular R 285 R235 R185

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