“Although Airtel had started iPhone 4 pre-registrations earlier this month, it looks like Aircel will be the first operator that will be bringing it to India,” Vikas SN reports for The Next Web.
“Aircel has just sent a press release announcing that they will be launching the iPhone 4 this Friday for both prepaid and postpaid customers,” SN reports. “It will start retailing at Rs 34,500 ($763) for the 16GB model and Rs 40,900 ($905) for the 32GB model.”
SN reports, “However, the phone will follow a reverse-subsidized model: you will have to pay the iPhone price upfront, but you have the opportunity to recover its full cost in terms of monthly credits over the next 2 years.”
Full article, with a breakdown of prepaid and postpaid plans from Aircel, here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]