Dang. Someone’s done a terrific job of screwing over the iPhone. And iPhone fans, don’t get all upset. Have a sense of humor. After all, it is true!
The best quote yet about the iPhone pricing:
“I don’t think anyone will buy the iPhone at this price. But there is hope for Airtel and Vodafone if they have a store near a mental hospital–provided the patient has enough money with him.”
To all who have been patiently awaiting the launch of the iPhone in India. And also to all those who pre-registered their interest in an iPhone. Vodafone has officially let the cat out of the bag, as it were. There was much speculation about the pricing of the iPhone in India. Despite reports confirming the price, many refused to believe. But now they must.
Vodafone has sent this out today:
The above, if you ask me, the one with the discerning eye, points to the fact that the iPhone will cost Rs 30,000-plus. D-uh! I can’t understand why Apple would position this as a super premium product. Sure the subsidies offered in the US are not available to the Indian consumer but at 31k+, they have driven away the largest potential market of 18-24 for whom this is an uber cool gadget to have. Continue reading “Suckers (aka you, waiting for the iPhone in India)”
Contact me if you want to buy an unlocked iPhone for the prices announced are astronomical to say the least.
The 8 GB version of the iPhone 3G will cost Rs. 31,000, while the 16 GB version will cost between Rs. 36,000 and Rs. 37,000.
These prices are not inclusive of the plan these phones will come bundled with.
So there. Go cry. If you don’t want to cry, I am selling mine (seems silly, but it still costs about 25% less than the price of the new one) and you can make an offer!
Of course, the above is subject to the prices not being rumors (is the Apple PR machinery at work here?).
Anyways, there isn’t any point in buying the 3G phone at this price when you can’t even use the 3G.
While on the subject, I had recently listed a few things to write on and this is one of them. So may as well!
The reasons I am bored of my iPhone: Continue reading “iPhone to be beyond most people’s reach”
Were so spellbound that they couldn’t read anything else!
Now if only I could remember where I read that…
tech2.com or ibnlive.com?
At 3.15pm today, the spell was still on! The original screenshot was taken on June 10… over a week ago!