The 2020 iPhone SE has been given a release date – of 11 March 2020 – and pricing by official distributor, Core, who trades as iStore today. For those super keen, you’ll still able to pre-order the iPhone SE from either Vodacom, MTN and Telkom contracts or for cash purchases starting at R9999,
iStore has three different versions of the iPhone SE, each of the three storage sizes included. There’s a 64GB version, a 128GB version, and a version with 256GB internal storage. All versions of the iPhone SE have the same hardware for the most part. It’s just the amount of internal media storage that you’re getting different – and the colour casing on the outside.
Cash pricing was revealed this week as follows:
– iPhone SE with 64GB storage for R9 999
– iPhone SE with 128GB storage for R12 999
– iPhone SE with 256GB storage for R14 999
iStore suggests that users can get to 50% “off” the price of the iPhone SE “when they trade in an eligible iPhone.” Basically this is iStore’s best new bet in getting new customers with a relatively inexpensive phone – so inexpensive that they could potentially give it to users for free.
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