By 17 November 2017 | Categories: news


iStore has announced that pre-orders of the iPhone X will be available from today for cash purchases from the starting price of R20 499 to R23 999. New cellular contracts and upgrades for Apple's iPhone X on Vodacom, MTN, and Telkom will be available at all iStores from the week of 24 November 2017.

Customers can pre-order online today without having to stand in possible queues, and with the added convenience of having purchases delivered directly their door. Pre-orders of iPhone X cash purchases are completed online by visiting

Much like the iPhone 8, in celebration of the 10 year anniversary of iPhone, iStore is offering its customers a discount on the two-year extended warranty product, iCare Plus, which includes screen repair coverage, for only R499 (valued at R1999). This offer is available to all customers who upgrade to the new iPhone X at iStore, including contract upgrades on Vodacom, MTN and Telkom, cash and low interest finance.

Customers will also have the option of purchasing iPhone X in-store using their iStore Card from 24 November from R955 PM over 24 months. iStore Card gives customers the option to pay for their purchase over 24 months by means of monthly instalments, outside of a cellular contract.

“For more than a decade, iPhone has been revolutionising the mobile phone industry. In celebration of both the launch of the new generation of the 10 years of iPhone, as the home of iPhone and everything else Apple, we are thrilled to offer a screen repair cover and extended warranty exclusive to iStore customers,” says Chris Dodd, CEO of iStore.


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