When HTC formally introduced its One range in South Africa, vice president of sales and operations for EMEA Jon French said that Vodacom would be getting in all three HTC One devices.
Cell C told MyBroadband that it would also be offering the device for R399 per month on a Business Chat Standard contract. The network said that it would have the One X from last week, but there appears to have been delays in getting stock of the device.
Samsung Galaxy S3 stock also arrived at Cell C stores later than expected. The network previously said it expected to offer the device from 15 June 2012 and the device finally became available over the weekend (23–24 June).
The table below shows what the HTC One X, One S, and One V will cost on Vodacom’s contract and top-up packages.
|Vodacom contract||HTC One X||HTC One S||HTC One V|
|Contract price plans|
|Everyday Off-Peak 120||R339*||R299*||R199|
|Business Call s||R369||R359||R229|
|Top-Up price plans|
|Top Up 315||R499||R469||R349|
|Top Up 315s||R549||R509||R369|
|Top Up 400s||R589||R549||R419|
|Top Up 500s||R689||R639||R500|
|The HTC One X and One S contracts include 250MB data per month, and the HTC One V 100MB of data per month|
|* Some Everyday Off-Peak packages (indicated with an asterisk) don’t include data|
Unlike the other packages listed, the Everyday Off-Peak contract only includes 100MB data with the HTC One V. Neither the HTC One X, nor the HTC One S come with any data on the contract.
Another difference to note is that the HTC One X and HTC One S both get 250MB data on a post-paid package, while the HTC One V only gets 100MB.