Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus: Same great phone – Brand new price


Apple’s latest accomplishments are the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. These super slim models feature Retina HD displays, 8 megapixel iSight camera with faster autofocus and true tone flash and speedy wireless performance. These updates make the two handsets more powerful and efficient than any previous model.

If you’ve been rocking one of Apple’s earlier handsets, but want to upgrade to one of these two latest and greatest models, now’s the time!

iiNet has released an attractive new price tag for the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

  • The price of iPhone 6 has dropped from $40 a month to $35 a month (over 24 months) with any mobile SIM plan (Min cost: $1220).
  • The price of iPhone 6 Plus has gone down from $52 a month to $47 per month (over 24 months) with any mobile SIM plan (Min cost: $1508).

These palatable prices are only while stocks last, so get in quick to make sure you don’t miss out! For more details on pricing and plans, just head to our website. (Stocks are limited. Not all colours are available.)

But while we ogle over the amazing features of the current iPhone models, it’s easy to forget there was a time before smartphones….

Do you remember when Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone in 2007?

Jobs declared to the world that Apple was going to reinvent the phone: and it certainly did. Here’s what he said at the time:

Every once in a while, a revolutionary product comes along that changes everything. And Apple has been – well, first of all, one’s very fortunate if you get to work on just one of these in your career.

Apple’s been very fortunate. It’s been able to introduce a few of these into the world.
In 1984, we introduced the Macintosh. It didn’t just change Apple, it changed the whole computer industry. In 2001, we introduced the first iPod, and… it didn’t just – it didn’t just change the way we all listen to music, it changed the entire music industry.

Well, today, we’re introducing three revolutionary products of this class. The first one: is a widescreen iPod with touch controls. The second: is a revolutionary mobile phone. And the third is a breakthrough Internet communications device… [But] These are not three separate devices, this is one device, and we are calling it iPhone.
Today, today Apple is going to reinvent the phone, and here it is.”

Today’s phones are more than just phones

The revolutionary device saw the beginning of mobile phones actually becoming smart. Apple championed the modern smartphone movement we all enjoy today with their flagship mobile phone.

The iPhone changed the way we viewed technology as a whole, and best of all, it allowed us to access the internet anywhere, anytime. The iPhone’s high quality and easy-to-use interface made it an instant success and the innovative technology began to influence the design and development of subsequent models.

Apple has continued to uphold their high standards for each subsequent model, leading to over 700 million iPhones sold around the world. Over time the iPhone has attracted a supremely loyal fan base of happy, satisfied users, including myself. It’s not a surprise: there’s a lot to love about iPhones. Their app store gets the best new apps first, they’re renowned for their consistency, simplicity and reliability and just look the way a smartphone should.

Do you remember your first iPhone? Which feature or app did you love the most at the time? Let us know in the comments below.


  1. David says:

    I have never owned an iphone. the mobile or cell phone I use is a Samsung gt5505 or something like that its one of those flip for smartphones I still think that they are highly over priced and until they come down in price I can not justify spending a $1000 on a new thing to make a call on.

  2. Rosemary Jacob says:

    What is the outright purchase price for the 2 iPhone 6 models?

  3. Terry says:

    Re Apple 8.1.4 or is it 8.4.1 upgrade made in the last few days on my 6+ means that I have now lost compatability with my Tom Tom navigation device. I thought that the Tom Tom may have broken down so purchased another new one to find the same problem.
    Apple now admit the incompatability so if you have a Tom Tom and have not done the latest upgrade- don’t..

  4. martin carter says:

    I’m not a Luddite. However I do enjoy photography and have a very nice Canon. I like to enjoy my music sharing it with others from my stereo system. I have a life so I don’t need social media. Most importantly I live in rural/regional Australia so my phone reception is rubbish to non-existent – so why can’t a phone be just a phone?

  5. Agnes Godfrey says:

    Tell me about the plans. Thank you. Agnes

  6. antonette madawala says:

    If I get the Apple iPhone 6 on a 24 month plan for $35 per month is that correct?
    I currently pay $30 per month for my mobile through you. So the difference I pay is $5 per month?

    Pls advise.

    • Christian Polson-Brown says:

      Hi Antonette,

      The iPhone 6 (16GB & 64GB) are available for $35 per month. The $30 you are paying for your mobile at the moment is likely to be your SIM plan and is separate to a handset cost. Please call our billing team for more info and to confirm (13 22 58).

  7. Neil says:

    I have a samsung old phone with a telstra chip. If I get an iPhone 6 from you can I keep the same number and history on the chip. Cheers Neil

    • Christian Polson-Brown says:

      Hi Neil,

      If you’d like to bring your phone over to us, we will send out a new chip (SIM) and you can keep your old number. Any info stored on your old chip (such as contacts) will not come across, but if you are using an existing smart phone the info may be synced with your Android/Google account.

  8. Ross Murrihy says:

    Originally I was with Sunet. Sold on to iinet.Now to be on sold again to TPG. What will be the difference in service and pricing etc.

  9. Michael birt says:

    I would like a change but vodafone has told me I can’t because I have to wait for the contract to finish even though I don’t remember signing anything. I have the iphone5c since april of 2013. I changed my plan 4-5 months ago to try and save on bill money.I have contacted them to ask if I could finish the contract but the price was to much.

  10. antonette madawala says:

    If I get a iPhone 6 can I continue with my current plan?

  11. john says:

    I already have a contract in place with IINET.

    Can I buy just the Iphone 6 PLUS without further service contract

  12. gary says:

    i would like to add an I phone 6 to my current plan

  13. Robyn says:

    I have an iPhone 4 & won’t swap it until I can’t use it any more. I think the newer phones are way overpriced, especially for seniors who are on pensions & can’t afford an extra $35+ per month!