iPhone 4S on sale in UAE from 16th December

Etisalat taking pre-orders now for Apple iPhone 4S
The iPhone 4S will be shipping in the UAE from 16th December.
The iPhone 4S will be shipping in the UAE from 16th December.

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Etisalat has announced that it will be shipping Apple's iPhone 4S from 16th December.

The operator is offering the phone in 16, 32 and 64GB models, for pre-paid and post-paid contracts.

For the first three months of service, customers will get 500MB of download per month, with a monthly fee starting from AED 50 ($13.6) from the fourth month onwards.

Handsets will be priced at AED 2,749 for the 16B version, AED 3,149 for the 32GB and AED 3,549 for the 64GB, with handsets available in black and white.

Buyers will also be able to pay an additional AED 150 on top of the price of the handset, to receive 10,000 Etisalat ‘MORE' reward points, equivalent to AED 100 talk time, a car charger and phone case.

The phone is available for pre-order now, from www.etisalat.ae/more, and the operator is offering free shipping and delivery to the door.

Apple is also offering the iPhone 4S direct through the Apple UAE online store.

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