The Australia’s mobile phone retailers have finally announced the pre-orders, price plans and the perks for the latest smartphones that Apple has released, which will be in stores starting from September 25, 2015.
The pre-orders for the new smartphones have started yesterday (Saturday), but the iPhone 6S Plus models are not available through all major retailers.
If you’re planning to purchase the iPhone 6S device from the Telstra carrier, you will need to sign a two-year contract and you will need to pay 87 dollars per month for the 16GB variant of the device. To buy the iPhone 6S Plus device with 16GB of storage, you will need to sign a two-year contract and you will need to pay 95 dollars per month. Both of these plans come with 1GB of data plan, which is quite decent if you are planning to browse the internet using this device.
If you choose to get the device from the Optus carrier, you will need to sign a two-year contract and pay 73 dollars per month for the iPhone 6S and 79 dollars per month for the iPhone 6S Plus. Both contracts come with 500MB of data plan, which is not a lot, but compared to the price that Telstra is offering, it’s good enough.
The Vodafone carrier is offering the iPhone 6S 16GB variant for 79 dollars per month for two years and it comes with a 1GB of data plan.
The Virgin Australia carrier is offering the iPhone 6S 16GB variant for 73 dollars per month for two years. However, if you want to get the iPhone 6S Plus, you will need to pay 6 dollars more and the contract comes with the similar data plan.
Will you pre-order the iPhone 6S or iPhone 6S Plus or will you wait until Christmas to see if they receive any discounts?