StarHub releases iPhone 7 and 7 Plus price plans

 A closeup view of the iPhone 7 Plus' dual cameras.
A closeup view of the iPhone 7 Plus' dual cameras.PHOTO: AFP

SINGAPORE - StarHub has released its price plans for the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus.

Earlier this week, Apple launched the 4.7-inch iPhone 7 and 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus, which both come in 32GB, 128GB and 256GB versions.

Prices for the phones range from $0 to $1,047 depending on the StarHub plan subscribed to and the phone version.

The new Apple 32GB iPhone 7 costs $561 with a 4G 3 plan, which gives subscribers 150 minutes outgoing call time and 3GB of data at $42.90 a month.

The smartphone comes free with a 4G 12 plan which costs $220 a month and provides unlimited call time and 12GB of data.

The 32GB iPhone 7 Plus is $742 with a 4G 3 plan. The 256GB version is $1,047 with the same plan.

StarHub is the last of three telcos to release its price plans.

At M1, the 32GB iPhone 7 costs $570 on the i-Lite+ plan, which offers 200 minutes of calls and 3GB of data for $42 a month.

On Singtel's $42.90 Combo 2 plan, which covers 200 minutes of outgoing call time and 2GB of data, the same phone is $568.