Has iStore just disrupted the way you should upgrade your cellular contract?

Last month, iStore announced that for the first time ever customers can upgrade to the latest iPhone 11, 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max on Vodacom and pay less per month than their current contracts.

These cellular contracts will be available exclusively at iStore nationwide for upgrades or new contracts, regardless of where customers initiated their original contract.

How does it work?

When upgrading or taking out a new Vodacom contract, customers can now upgrade to iPhone 11 from as little as R469pm when they trade in their iPhone X, iPhone 8 or iPhone 7. Customers have the option to trade in their current iPhone by taking it into an iStore for evaluation, selecting their Vodacom iPhone contract upgrade and then enjoying reduced monthly payments per month.

These reduced contracts are available on Vodacom deals for iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max and across all Vodacom subscription packages. 

Which Vodacom packages are available through this deal?

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What if you don’t currently have an iPhone 7, 8 or X?

iStore’s best in market enhanced value trade in program continues to be available for customers wishing to purchase their new iPhone for cash, through the FNB payment plan or on any other cellular network - with trade in values of up to R10 000. View iStore’s trade-in values for previous model iPhones here.

Does this deal only stand for Vodacom customers? 

Although this deal in reduced contracts is only for Vodacom customers, iStore continues to provide new contracts and upgrades on Vodacom, MTN and Telkom in-store and online. This way, customers get to select a contract that best suits them, all under one roof. Now with the option to upgrade online, customers have the convenience of completing their contract details from home and iStore will deliver for free straight to their door. For online contract upgrades, please visit: www.myistore.co.za 

This post is sponsored, written and provided by iStore. 

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