November 1, 2013 1:51:56 pm
With an eye on the festival season demand,Reliance Communications (RCOM) on Friday said consumers can own the 16 GB models of iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C by paying Rs 2,999 and Rs 2,599 per month,respectively,for 2 years.
Reliance Communications is also offering these much-awaited iPhone models at no down payment.
“The company has announced two game-changing offers,Rs 2,599 per month for the iPhone 5C and Rs 2,999 per month for the iPhone 5S,both for a duration of 24 months,which include the handset cost,unlimited local and STD calls,SMSes,national roaming and 3G data,” RCOm said in a statement.
Under this offer,Apple iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S customers will not receive any usage bill for 24 months,as the monthly payments include all usage charges.
Customers would be required to pay additionally for international calls and international roaming,RCom said.
Reliance Communications has also tied-up with select credit card providers for its latest offering.
Reliance Communications said the offer is part of its efforts to bring more smartphone users to its 3G network,which will increase post-paid customers to its customer base and further cement its position as a data services provider.
Customers can buy the new iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C at any Reliance Communications outlets in the company’s 13 3G circles,it said.
* iPhone 5C at just Rs 2,599 per month for 24 months
* iPhone 5S offer at just Rs 2,999 for 24 months
* Offers include iphone handset cost + unlimited local and STD calls,SMSes,national roaming and 3G data
* No down payment on iPhone 5S,5C
* No bill for 24 months
* Special MNP facilities for corporates
* Priority Helpline for Apple users
The zero down-payment offers are available on the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S 16GB models. Customers can also avail of the 32GB and 64GB models of the iPhone 5c and 5s on a one-time upfront payment (as per the table below).
(With PTI inputs)
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