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Cellucity is essentially giving away a free iPhone 5s 16GB CPO with every Vodacom uChoose Flexi 200 package in an unbeatable limited offer.

By - January 21, 2016 Share on LinkedIn
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Cellucity is essentially giving away a free iPhone 5s 16GB CPO with every Vodacom uChoose Flexi 200 package in an unbeatable limited offer.

The package is priced at R199pm over 24 months, and includes R200 airtime every month, a portion of which can be turned into data.

For example, R99 gets you a 500MB data bundle or R149 gets you a 1GB data bundle that is is valid for 30 days.

This means that you are effectively only paying for the tariff each month– the iPhone 5s 16GB CPO is technically FREE!

This represents a total deal saving of R2400 over the 24-month period versus a financed offer, where you are paying off the device.

This deal offers the lowest pricing in the country – other local networks and stores are charging R249pm for the same handset with only 50 minutes and 50MB of data.

The handset is supplied with the standard Apple 12-month warranty and the standard boxed Apple original accessories(headset and charger)!

The iPhone 5 CPO is available in Space Grey and Silver colours.

Cellucity also stocks a wide and exclusive range of quality range of OEM accessories, including the Apple original accessories.

Since the beginning of December 2015, Cellucity has sold over 4,400 iPhone 5s 16GB CPOs, mainly on new contract applications and contract upgrades.

In response to consumer demand, Cellucity has sourced and secured sufficient handset stock until the end of February 2016.

This exclusive deal is available through all Cellucity outlets nationwide.

This article was published in partnership with Cellucity.

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