Want to get the Apple iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max early, but don’t want to pay the full, off-contract price, which can be anywhere between P67,990 (around $1,257) and P97,490 ($1,802)? Consider getting it from a carrier instead.
Globe Telecom and Smart Communications today made their postpaid plans for the latest iPhones official, as preorders have already begun in the Philippines.
The iPhone XS and iPhone XS will start shipping starting October 26. In-store pickup is available from October 29. This year’s local release is much earlier than the iPhone X’s December 1, 2017, availability, but who’s complaining?
Globe has both the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB capacities in Gold, Space Gray, and Silver colors. They’re available via the carrier’s mainstream Plan offers. The contract period is 24 months. Of course, Apple’s new iPhones can also be purchased by subscribing to Platinum data plans with a higher monthly fee.
Smart has the iPhone XS in 64GB and 256GB storage configurations and iPhone XS Max in 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB configurations under its GigaX Plans. All color options are listed on the company’s website. The lock-in is also 24 months.
Globe or Smart?
You’ll find Globe and Smart’s complete pricing for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max under the Plan and GigaX offers below. All come with unlimited texts to all networks and different minutes and data inclusions depending on the offer. And all prices are exclusive of the monthly service fee.
Are you getting the new Apple iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max on launch day? Or do you plan on getting another phone? Sound off in the comments. We’d love to hear your thoughts.
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