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Considering buying an iPhone 7? Here are the prices in Qatar!

Considering buying an iPhone 7? Here are the prices in Qatar!

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By Game Of Drones

So have you been itching to get your hands on Apple’s latest smartphone offering — the iPhone 7?

After a little wait, you can now get your hands on them in Qatar as both Ooredoo and Vodafone have started taking pre-orders for them now. The prices of the pieces have also been revealed now.

But those who are really keen on buying an iPhone 7 Plus, they may have to wait for longer. Both network providers are not offering the set at present.

While the new phones will hit the Qatar market on September 24, Vodafone has limited the number of pre-orders to one per person. Ooredoo allows a user to buy up to two phones.

Here is what the two network providers in Qatar have to offer.

 

Ooredoo

The state telecom company is offering the 32GB iPhone 7 for QR2,799. It is the cheapest version currently available in the market. The 128GB model costs QR3,199. It sounds like a good deal because you get a massive hike in storage capacity for a few extra riyals more. The phones are currently available in silver, gold, rose and black.

The famous jet black phones only come in 128GB and 256GB versions and are currently out of stock.

You can pre-order from Ooredoo here: https://preorder.ooredoo.qa/

 

Vodafone

At present, they only have the 128GB version of iPhone 7 showing as available in the website. It is listed at QR3,199, the same as Ooredoo. Vodafone are trying to lure in customers by also offering them bundled data packages. Phones are available in silver, gold, rose and black.

You can pre-order from Vodafone Qatar here: http://www.vodafone.qa/en/preorderiphone7

 

Prices at a glance

iPhone 7

32GB — QR2,799,

128GB —QR3,199

256GB — QR3,599

 

iPhone 7 Plus (as and when they become available)

32GB — QR3,199

128GB — QR3,599

256GB — QR3,999

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By Nathali• 2 years 7 months ago.
Nathali

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By Nathali• 2 years 7 months ago.
Nathali

Amazing news for ios users to get iPhone 7 in Qatar. To make customers happy Ooredoo and Vodafone take pre-orders from users to provide them iPhones very quickly. zestia download ios is the latest app store to get paid apps for free without jailbreaking your ios device you can customize your ios devices very easily.

By PunchLiner• 2 years 8 months ago.
PunchLiner

@Molten daa.. poda potta !

By Molten Metal• 2 years 8 months ago.
Molten Metal

Wastage of money, as you already have one mobile with you .................

By muad-db• 2 years 8 months ago.
muad-db

Such good information... But will wait for iphone 8

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