South Africa: iPad mini available through First National Bank

January 20, 2014 • Gadgets and Gaming

South Africa’s FNB has added the iPad Mini with Retina display to its smart device range.  This offer allows FNB customers to pay for the device over a 24 month period, with zero interest, fees or charges.

Apple's iPad mini (image: Apple)

Apple’s iPad mini (image: Apple)

“We are excited that we can continue to bring our customers the latest in Apple products so that they can bank and lead a connected lifestyle with some of the best devices on the market ,” says Kartik Mistry, Head of Smart Devices at FNB Core Banking Solutions.

He goes on to say, “Purchasing a smart device from FNB enables our customers to have freedom of choice when selecting a service provider and data plans over and above the fact that they can pay the device off.”

Users of the device can expect to experience faster and easier on-the-go banking as the iPad weighs in at 341 grams and is set apart from its predecessor with retina display and an A7 chip that allows for faster processing.

As a sweetener, the offer includes a black iPad cover, screen protector and a R100 iStore voucher.

The following models are available in both gray and silver:


Price per month x 24 months

iPad Mini Retina Wi-Fi & Cellular  16 GB

R 299.00

iPad Mini Retina Wi-Fi & Cellular  32 GB

R 355.00

iPad Mini Retina Wi-Fi & Cellular  64 GB

R 405.00

iPad Mini Retina Wi-Fi & Cellular  128 GB

R 459.00

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