Before You Pay For A New iPhone X, Here’s 10 Countries Where It Costs Less Than In India

If you don’t have an iPhone, you don’t have an iPhone!

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For who don’t know, the sale of the iPhone 8 and 8 plus has begun. Prepare your wallets!

Accounting for the loyalty of Apple users we’re pretty sure that there will be a shortage in supply. iPhone 8 costs around Rs. 86,000 in India. iPhone X is said to be sold at  Rs. 89,000 – Rs. 1.02 Lakh. Yeah, well it turns out buying it here is more expensive than planning a trip abroad only to buy the phone. 

Here’s how much the iPhone X costs in 10 countries:

#1 Hong Kong

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The iPhone costs HK$8,588– HK$9,888 that is Rs. 70,500 – Rs. 81,100. That’s some difference, isn’t it?

#2 USA

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In the big apple, the phone costs US$999 – US$1,149 which is around Rs. 64,000 – Rs. 73,700. Chale America?

#3 United Kingdom

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The phone is cheaper and available for  £999-£1,149 ( Rs.84,600 – Rs. 97,300). That’s quite an excuse to explore the beauty called Europe.

#4 Australia

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Priced at AU$1,579-AU$1,829 i.e Rs. 81,000– Rs. 93,800. The country down under is worth a visit.

#5 Ireland

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The place is all Game of Thrones and also the cost is $1,410 that is around Rs. 92,371.19. Isn’t it enough of a reason?

#6 New Zealand

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The phone is priced at NZ$1,799 NZ$2,099 ( Rs. 83,500 – Rs. 97,400).

#7 China

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Although it is not China ka maal,  CN¥8,388-CN¥ 9,688 (Rs82,100 –Rs95,000).

#8 U.A.E

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Dubai has everything, iPhone X costs  AED4,099- AED4,729 ( Rs. 71,600– Rs. 82,600).

#9 Russia

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The phone in Russia is around $1,387 which is around Rs.90864. Chalo bhai Russia ghoom ke aate hai!

#10 Singapore

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Just so you know, Singapore is the most expensive country in the world.  The phone is priced at $1,224 that is around Rs. 80186 in Indian rupees.

Till where can you go for a phone?

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