Telkom Mobile iPhone 5s, 5c prices released

Telkom Mobile released the prices of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c which are launched today

By - November 15, 2013 Share on LinkedIn
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The iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c were launched in South Africa today (15 November 2013), and Telkom Mobile joined the party with deals of its own.

The iPhone 5s is available in 16GB and 32GB models from Telkom Mobile, with prices ranging between R529 per month and R1,749 per month depending on the contract type.

Telkom Mobile is only offering the 16GB iPhone 5c, with prices starting at R399 on a Smartplan 50 contract.

The following table provides an overview of Telkom Mobile’s iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c deals.

Telkom Mobile package Airtime (minutes) Internet SMS iPhone 5c iPhone 5s
16GB 16GB 32GB
Smartplan 50 50 75MB (+500MB) R399
Smartplan 100 100 150MB (+5GB) R479 R529 R599
Smartplan 250 250 500MB unlimited R789 R859
Completely unlimited unlimited unlimited unlimited R1,599 R1,699 R1,749

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