Saturday, 12 September 2015 03:11

Virgin Mobile announces iPhone 6S, 6S Plus plan pricing

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Apple’s newest iPhones are coming to Virgin Mobile with the company releasing plan pricing details.

Virgin Mobile has announced pricing plans for Apple’s new iPhones, with the iPhone 6s 16GB to be available starting at $61 per month for 24 months, and the iPhone 6s Plus 16GB to be available starting at $67 per month for 24 months.

Virgin’s phone plans start from $30 per month and go to $100 per month, atop of which you pay a phone instalment over the course of your plan depending on whether you’re getting the 16, 64 or 128GB models.

We’re told that the new iPhones ‘will be available with Double Data and Data Rollover (exclusive to Virgin Mobile) on selected postpaid mobile plans,’ withoOther Virgin Mobile Postpaid customer benefits viewable here.

The company also has an ‘Australian first’ up its sleeve with the launch of ‘TweetServe’ - ‘an automated message response service allowing people to get instant, real-time information about iPhone stock via Twitter.’

You simply need to ‘tweet @virginmobileaus using the hashtag #stock followed by the specific handset you are looking for, and @virginmobileaus will send an immediate response so customers can get their info on this in-demand phone whenever they want.’

More info about TweetServe is available here

A PDF of Virgin’s plans and pricing for the iPhone 6s is here. The company says the iPhone 6s Plus is coming, despite having listed above how much an iPhone 6s Plus 16GB starts its pricing at.

iPhone 6s and 6s Plus are available to pre-order from 5.01pm today, 12 September 2015. Both models will be officially available from 25 September, 2015. 


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