Everyone may be talking about the pre-orders and plans for the iPhone Xs and Xs Max dropping today, but the Apple Watch Series 4 is is also now available ahead of its September 21 launch. Here’s how you can pre-order yours right now.
If you’re looking to buy outright, you can head on over to Apple’s online store. Pricing starts at $599 for the GPS versions and $749 for GPS + Cellular.
Series 4 Apple Watches bought through Apple support both Vodafone and Optus as carriers.
You can pre-order an Apple Watch through Optus by bundling it with an iPhone Xs or Xs Max plan — this allows you to pay it off over 24 months.
And if you’re interested — Optus customers who activate Optus Number Share for the first time on their Apple Watch Series 4 by 31 December 2018 will receive 12 months free Number Share access.
At the time of writing there was no pre-order options for the new Apple Watch on the Vodafone website — it merely has the release date listed as September 21.
However, we did find out via a press release that Vodafone NumberSync (e-sim) will be available on Red and Red Plus plans for an extra $5 per month, with the first 3 months being free. It also stated that the Apple Watch Series 4 can be paid off over 12, 24 or 36 months.
We’ll let you know if any bundles pop up, or if it becomes available to pre-order.
While it isn’t available from pre-order from Telstra, it will be available for purchase through the telco on Friday Septmeber 21.
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