Where can I get the iPhone 5S?

For a 16GB iPhone 5S, you'll have a $7 monthly repayment on a 24-month $65 plan, or $0 per month on 24-month $80 and $100 plans. On a 12-month contract, the 16GB 5S will cost a monthly repayment of $40, $34 and $26, respectively, on top of plan prices, pushing the total payments to $105, $114 and $126.

A 32GB iPhone 5S will cost $12 per month on a 24-month $65 plan, $0 on a 24-month $100 plan, but $6 per month on a 24-month $80 plan. On a 12-month contract, the 32GB 5S will have an extra monthly repayment of $51, $45 and $37, respectively, pushing monthly prices to $116, $125 and $137 over the year.

The 64GB 5S on a 2-year contract will have you paying a total of $83, $92 or $104, respectively, per month over 24 months on Vodafone's Red plans. For just a 12-month contract, monthly payments will be $127, $136 and $148, respectively.

Virgin Mobile

Virgin Mobile revealed on release day that the iPhone 5S will be available on each of its six plans.

While the $90 and $140 plans have unlimited calls and SMS, they have 3GB and 6GB apiece. They also include free a return flight to New Zealand, Fiji or Vanuatu.

Each of its other plans have unlimited calls from Virgin to Virgin numbers. Its lowest $30 plan comes with $200 worth of credit for calls and SMS, and 200MB of data, while its $40 plan comes with $450 credit and 1GB of data.

$50 will also get you 1GB of data, but you get pushed to $500 worth of credit, while $60 will get you 1.5GB and $700 credit.

All three 5S models won't cost extra on the top tier plan, but the 16GB variant won't have an extra charge on the $90 plan either. This model will however have monthly repayments starting from $21 to $9 on the other tiers, pushing plan prices to $51, $57, $63 and $69, respectively.

For the 32GB model, total monthly plan pricing will be pushed to $56, $62, $68, $74 and $98, while plans for the 64GB variant will cost $62, $68, $74, $80 and $100 monthly, including the handset repayment.

As Virgin Mobile uses Optus' FD-LTE network, all the iPhone variants will work through Virgin Mobile just fine.

Hugh Langley

Hugh Langley is the ex-News Editor of TechRadar. He had written for many magazines and websites including Business Insider, The Telegraph, IGN, Gizmodo, Entrepreneur Magazine, WIRED (UK), TrustedReviews, Business Insider Australia, Business Insider India, Business Insider Singapore, Wareable, The Ambient and more.

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