Apple and New Zealand's three biggest telecommunications providers -- Spark, Vodafone New Zealand, and 2degrees -- have unveiled their iPhone X pricing alongside pre-orders from October 27. Purchasing the iPhone X outright from Apple will set New Zealanders back NZ$1,799 for the 64GB model or NZ$2,099 for 256GB. The phone is available in silver and space grey. The iPhone X similarly costs more in the UK, starting at £999 with VAT, and in Australia where it starts at AU$1,579 and Singapore where the base iPhone X costs SG$1,648. All plans include a Spotify Premium and Lightbox subscription, as well as 1GB of Spark Wi-Fi per day, with unlimited calls and texts to both Australia and New Zealand, as well as rollover data.
Oct-30-2017, 02:35:03 GMT