Smart unveils postpaid and prepaid plans for iPhone 4S

If you want to own the iPhone 4S under Smart’s network, here are the official postpaid plans for it.

They’re offering the iPhone 4S in either regular plans or unlimited data plans.

What’s unusual here is that they’re also offering the phone at Plan 999 but you also have to pay an extra P999 per month if you opt for the 16GB version. So essentially, it becomes P1998 per month for at least two years and you’ll only get services for a Plan 999.

Good to know that they made it easier on the pocket with the Unli data Plan 1500 with only a cash out of P12,500.

For those who don’t want the hassle of being tied up to a 2-year contract for their iPhone 4S purchase, Smart is also offering the device on prepaid with the following prices:

  • P33,200 for 16GB
  • P38,200 for 32GB
  • P43,200 for 64GB

Smart will be releasing the iPhone 4S starting this Friday, December 16 but you can apply for one now and get it on Friday. Globe is also doing the same.

Want to compare it with Globe’s Postpaid and Prepaid plans?


  1. Griswold /

    wow… and the grey market is selling them for P38k? Meron na kayo yung sa Globe naman?

  2. P43K for a phone? A phone with a very small screen at that with so many limitations like no memory card slot, can’t bluetooth files, does’t support many files, etc? And why do I need 64 gigs on a phone with a small screen? For the life of me, I don’t get it. Maybe because I am not a barista. In the US, they say iPhones are the phones of baristas, that is why.

  3. @perci go get yourself an iPhone. You’ll understand us.

  4. julius /

    mahal naman nun 1990 per month tapos may 2500 cash out lumalabas 50k plus yung phone mas mura globe haii muntik na ako dun ahh pakuha na ako buti na lg

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