iPhone 5 Philippines: Postpaid or Prepaid?
iphone 5 availability in the Philippines is set to be around November and December this year. This gives Filipinos the time to save and decide whether to go for a prepaid iPhone 5 or a postpaid iPhone 5. Others consider it as a bad news but consumers who are willing to wait and who are willing to protect their money from buying unworthy products will agree with me.
iPhone 5 Madness
September 13 came (Sept 12 in US) and Apple officially announced its iphone 5. Rumors got it - a taller screen for the new Apple's baby packed with a faster A6 chip. I spent all my vacant hours searching for Apple's Iphone 5 in google and their official site. Reviews, issues with the maps, videos comparing it to all other phones especially Android, gold-plated iphone 5, some drop tests and perfomance tests and of course its availability in my country, Philippines.
iPhone 5 PH Postpaid and Prepaid Revealed
Our anticipated iPhone 5 postpaid availability in the Philippines can be predicted. Well, it can’t be denied for a report that we (Philippines) have one of the highest numbers in Internet usage and social media. Indeed, Philippines is a digital literate country. According to Singapore-based research firm GfK, Philippines is now considered as the fastest-growing market for smartphones in Southeast Asia, with a staggering 326% increase in smartphone sales over the last 12 months.
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