For the first time, a new iPhone is selling at less than $50 in S’pore. You won’t believe the price

Last Updated on 2016-05-19 , 1:34 pm

It’s not often that you see a new iPhone selling at a price of less than $50 with a two-year plan that cost about $60 per month—heck, it has never occurred.

But now, history is in the making.

Here’s the ticket: SingTel has just released the price of Apple iPhone SE, and for a two-year Combo 3 Plan (which is at $62.90 per month), you’ll get to purchase the new 16G iPhone at just $37.


Here’s SingTel’s iPhone SE price plan.

Image: Singtel
Image: Singtel

But then again, it’s Apple’s goal to decrease the price of the latest iPhone (and of course, also make it smaller), so it doesn’t come too much of a surprise. A non-contract phone is at $828.

SingTel is taking pre-orders and will start delivery on 31 March 2016 if you make your pre-order before 30 March 2016, 4:00 p.m. At this moment, all colours except Silver are available.

So far, the other two telecoms have not released their price plan.