The iPhone 3GS is now being sold in India, the world’s fastest-growing market, with carriers Bharti Airtel and Vodafone.
The handset will be sold unsubsidized and will cost between $652 and $1,050 depending on which model the subscriber chooses.
“We are delighted to offer iPhone 3GS in India. We are confident our customers will enjoy the revolutionary iPhone and the flexibility of our tailored tariff plans,” said Vodafone’s Chief Marketing Officer Kumar Ramanathan in a statement.
Vodafone is offering three separate plans for the device: one prepaid plan and two postpaid plans.
India’s leading telecom service provider Bharti Airtel also started selling iPhone 3GS. In a statement, Bharti Airtel’s mobility chief Atul Bindal said the iPhone 3GS “will take mobile communications to a whole new level.”
The iPhone 3GS is Apple’s most powerful iPhone to date. Apple handsets are currently available in more than 80 countries worldwide.
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