Vodafone has announced price plans for the new iPhone 6, revealing the device will be available in Ireland from €49.99 and the iPhone 6 Plus will start at €149.99.
The iPhone 6 was released today in North America, the UK, France, Germany, Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong but won’t be available to purchase in Irish stores until 26 September.
“We’re delighted to be able to offer our customers the brand new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus,” said Vodafone Ireland’s consumer director Marcel de Groot.
“Vodafone customers can now do more of what they love with the latest devices at faster speeds and in more places.”
For the iPhone 6, the least expensive option of €49.99 is available if customers sign up to the company’s RED Super/RED Super Extra package – an €80 per month, two-year contract.
On the opposite end of the scale, the iPhone 6 Plus can be bought on the RED Essentials/RED Extra Essential package – a two-year, €40 per month contract – for €549.99. A full list of price plans is available on Vodafone’s website and both models are available to pre-order.
The company has also announced the iPhone 5s will now be available from free, while the iPhone 5c will be free of charge or €49.99, depending on a customer’s price plan.
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