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Astronomical Prices of iPhone 6S & 6S Plus in India Are Keeping Buyers at Bay

All those who were eagerly waiting for the Apple  iPhone to launch in India, it’s probably their day. The company has planned to rollout their latest phones all across India. However, those who are planning to make a switch to the latest iPhone, here’s a quick word of caution – it is mammoth-sized price tag. Yes, that’s right. Indians who are planning to grab them will have to shell out a whole lot of money as compared to other people in the rest of the world because of the heavy price tag of these phones in India. The phones are available on eBay India, Olx, Quickr, Infibeam and Flipkart.

For those who are looking forward to get an overall idea about the price structure of the latest iPhones, here it is:

6S (16GB) : Rs 62,000
6S (64GB) : Rs 72,000
6S (128GB) :Rs 82,000
6S Plus (16GB) : Rs 72,000
6S Plus (64GB) : Rs 82,000
6s Plus (128GB) : Rs 92,000

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We had earlier told our readers that the expected price of the new iPhones might be way higher and that’s exactly what happened. Moreover, despite all the advertisements before the phone’s launch in September, the company seems to have missed its pre-booking targets on Indian soil because of obvious reasons. According to experts, high prices of the latest iPhones are keeping the consumers skeptical of buying them that very instant while they wait for the user reviews along with upcoming festival discounts.

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