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Mobile & Wireless

KDDI, Softbank unveil iPhone 5 pricing

Wednesday 19 September 2012 | 05:46 CET | News
Japanese mobile operators KDDI and Softbank Mobiel have said they will offer the 16 GB version of Apple's iPhone 5 for free when subscribers keep the phone for at least two years. The operators have priced the 32 GB model at JPY 10,320 and the 64 GB model at JPY 20,640, The Daily Yomiuri writes. Monthly fees for the LTE service is set at JPY 5,460 for 7 GB of data for iPhone 5 users at both companies.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Apple / KDDI Coporation / Softbank
Countries: Japan
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