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How You Can Score an iPhone 11 for Just P23,995

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If you've been fantasizing about getting the new iPhone 11 and trying out all its cool features, by now you probably know how much it's going to cost you. And well...it's definitely not the change in your couch cushions. But before you start skipping meals to save up for it, we found a way that you can cop Apple's latest gadget for less: Power Mac Center's UpTrade Program lets you trade in your old phone in exchange for discounts.

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All you have to do is drop by selected Power Mac Center branches to trade in your old device—the discount will depend on the model and condition of your phone. If you trade in an iPhone XR (64 GB), for example, you can score the iPhone 11 (64 GB) for just P23,995—that's 50% off the original price! An early Christmas gift to yourself, perhaps? But in case you'd rather not pay the full price of the phone all in one go, here's another way you can get your hands on the new iPhone:

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Power Mac Center is also letting you get zero-percent installments when you pay with a credit card from HSBC, Citibank, Metrobank, BPI, Unionbank, RCBC, Security Bank, and PNB. It can cost you as low as P2,041.25 per month for 24 months.

And if you really want to maximize your discounts, you can even combine the two promos.

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So if you trade in the iPhone XR (64 GB) and choose to pay in installments with your credit card, you can pay as little as P999.80 per month for 24 monthsReady to finally cop that new phone you've been dreaming about?

See a list of Power Mac Center branches.

This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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