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Spark confirms new iPhone plans

18 Sep 15

Spark has confirmed consumers will be able to purchase the recently announced iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus beginning Friday 25 September. Rival Vodafone will also have the phones available from this date.

The telco says it will offer the iPhone 6s 16GB starting at $50 per month on the Spark $59.99 Open Term, 24-month interest free plan and above.

The new phones, announced by Apple last week, come with a range of new features and will be available in new metallic finishes that now include rose gold.

"We’re extremely excited to be among the first in the world to bring the new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to our customers and can’t wait to get it in their hands,” says Warren Duncan, Spark acting head of devices.

“These are the most desirable devices in the world, they’re utterly gorgeous, but they also deliver a huge step up in both performance and features,” he says.

“Combined with Spark’s super-fast 4G network, our amazing value plans, including 1GB of free WiFi data every day from over 1000 hotspots and more, it’s never been a better time to be a Spark customer,” Duncan says.

iPhone 6s Plus 16GB will be available starting at $59 per month on Spark $59.99 Open Term, 24-month interest free plan and above. iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 5s will also be available.

In addition, Spark customers can get the option to upgrade their iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus to the latest iPhone every year on specific pay monthly plans.

Customers will be able to buy iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at Spark NZ retail shops and online

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