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Cheapest new iPhone you can buy in UAE costs Dh140 – News

If you’re not interested in the Pro models, here’s a better option.

Leading Apple’s lineup of iPhones this year are the 11 Pro and 11 Pro Max. Both models boast stunning features and cutting-edge tech such as triple lens cameras, better batteries and the A13 Bionic chip. With those upgrades added into the mix, it’s no question why the two models command a reasonable price tag.

Also read: Get new iPhone Pro in UAE for as low as Dh195

But one model gets lost in the conversation. Apart from the Pro models, Apple also released its follow-up to the iPhone XR. For a quick recap, the iPhone XR was Apple’s low-end model which was released alongside the XS and XS Max. The XR offered comparable performance without the extra tech that XS and XS Max had. Replacing the XR this year is the iPhone 11 – without the ‘Pro’ tag.

Apart from offering the latest high-end iPhones, UAE telcos Etisalat and Du are also offering flexible payment plans for the iPhone 11. The good news? It starts at Dh140 per month.

On Etisalat’s website, a 64GB can be had for only Dh140 per month and is payable in two years. For an extra Dh109, the payment period can be shortened to just 12 months. For a 256GB variant prices start at Dh170 payable in two years to Dh300 payable in a year.

Du’s payment plans on the other hand start at Dh320 for the 64GB model bundled with their Power Plan 200. An additional Dh25 gets you the 256GB variant coupled with the same plan. Both plans are payable in 24-month instalments.

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