In a bid to increase its market base in the country, Apple plans to not only target retail customers with the new iPhone SE, but also give out the device to corporates on a two-year lease.
Corporate users can now get the 4-inch smartphone for as low as Rs 999 per month, which add up to a total of Rs 23,976 for 24 months.
The company has revealed similar plans on other iPhone models as well, including the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s. While the 16GB iPhone 6 comes with a price tag of Rs 1,199 per month for 2 years, iPhone 6s users would have to shell out Rs 1,399 per month for the same amount of time.
What’s more, corporate users can at any time upgrade their iPhone models by paying the change in monthly fee depending on the model.
Assuming there’s no down payment involved, the new plan soon become as it gives a chance to use the iPhone SE, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6s at Rs 23,976, Rs 28,776, and Rs 33,576 respectively for 2 years. In the open market iPhone SE costs Rs 39,000, while the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6s cost Rs 52,000 and Rs 62,000 respectively.
Other iPhone and iPad models too are available as part of the lease program as well, which is only available to corporates and not directly to individuals.Back to latest news