With an official release date scheduled for November 14, Smart, the biggest telco in the country announced today their own pricing scheme for the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.
Interested subscribers can pre-order the Smart Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus starting today, by easily visiting this link. As for the pricing, Smart is offering both devices under 4 different postpaid plans.
Under Smart’s offerings for the iPhone 6, the 16 GB variant can be availed for FREE with the Smart Data Plan 3000, or as low as Php 1,799 per month for 24 months under the iPhone Plan 999.
Pricing for the bigger 5.5 incher iPhone 6 Plus on the other hand starts as low as Php 2,094 per month under the iPhone Plan 999 for the 16 GB variant, or just a Php 5,000 cash out for the Data Plan 3000. For the full pricing schemes for all iPhone 6 and 6 Plus variants, please refer to the table below.
Smart is also offering their Wipe-out Promo for subscribers with under a contract with less than 20 months remaining. What it does is wiping out the remaining months on a subscriber’s existing contract for a premium, depending on the corresponding remaining months on the subscriber’s current contract. And as a bonus for subscribers availing the Wipeout program in order to get either the iPhone 6 or the 6 Plus, Smart will give them a free one-year handset insurance iPhone repairs and replacement of the units in case of an event of accidental damage or loss.
To know more about the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus click here.
A self confessed gadget enthusiast, Phillip Joanino is a Registered Nurse by profession. He graduated with BS in Nursing from Centro Escolar University in Manila, circa April 2013. He’s a certified Apple fanboy, the go-to person when it comes to the latest tech updates and knows the hippest and trendiest places and events around the Metro.
What makes Phillip an Apple fan boy? Currently, he’s got a Black iPod Nano 3rd Gen, a White iPad with Retina display, a White iPhone 4S, a Gold iPhone 5S and a 13-inch Mid 2013 MacBook Air. He’s also got a BlackBerry 9700 on the side, as well as a Intel Core i5 Samsung QX-410 notebook.