There was a lot of excitement over the zero-payment scheme of Reliance Communications on the purchase of iPhone 6 and 6 Plus in October, 2014. However, the plan was not implemented due to the non-confirmation of this plan from either Apple or Reliance. But recently, the good news has arrived, allowing iPhone lovers to get the latest versions more conveniently. Now, you don’t need to incur the full cost of buying the iPhone 6 at once. Instead, prospective buyers can choose from 6-month, 12-month or 24-month contracts, depending on their convenience and budget.
You can access Reliance’s official eShop from the official website of Apple India. However, the zero plan contract has not been finalized yet, which means the keen buyers will have to wait for a little bit longer. As per the previous estimates, if you wish to buy an iPhone 6, it can be availed at a comfortable monthly price of Rs. 3,099, for 24 months. If iPhone 6 Plus is your preference, you can get it at an easy installment of Rs. 3,599 for 24 months. There is no indication regarding the storage capacity available on the devices. With the above mentioned prices you’ll bear a cost of Rs. 74,376 for iPhone 6 and Rs. 86,376 for iPhone 6 Plus for a period of 2 years.
The classy iPhone 6 with a 4.7 inch screen was launched in October, 2014 in India. The prices don’t only vary with the two models, but also on the basis of storage capacity provided in the gadget. For storage capacity up to 16 GB, iPhone 6 was priced at Rs. 53,500. The 64 GB variant is available at Rs. 62,500, while 128 GB at Rs. 71,500. The 5.5-inch screen iPhone 6 Plus with a 16 GB variant can be grabbed for Rs. 62,500, 64 GB variant at Rs. 71,500 and 128 GB variant at Rs. 80,500.
Reliance Communications made a similar move last year at the launch of iPhone 5 and 5s. iPhone 5 was available at a monthly installment of Rs. 2,999, while iPhone 5s was available for Rs. 2,599 at zero upfront costs.