SINGAPORE - Telco M1 has released its prices for Apple's new iPhones, following competitor Singtel's announcement on Saturday (Sept 10).
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.
At M1, a 32GB iPhone 7 will set customers back between $0 and $700, depending on the monthly plan to which they subscribe.
On the i-Lite+ plan, which costs $42 a month for 200 minutes of calls and 3GB of data, an iPhone 7 is $570.
This compares to $568 on Singtel's $42.90 Combo 2 plan, which covers 200 minutes of outgoing call time and 2GB of data.
Prices for the iPhone 7 Plus ranged from $0 to $880 for the 32GB version. A 32GB iPhone 7 Plus on M1's i-Lite+ plan will be $755.
All three versions of the iPhone 7, as well as the 32GB version of the iPhone 7 Plus, are free on the $228 i-Max+ monthly plan. The i-Max+ plan comes with unlimited call time and 13GB of data.
M1's highest priced iPhone offering is $1,185 for the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus on its i-Lite plan, which costs $28 a month.