Last 3 days to pre-order new iPhone 13 at Power Mac Center

posted October 19, 2021 at 06:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Digital
Apple fans and enthusiasts in the Philippines have only three days left to be among the first to own the new iPhone 13 as Power Mac Center, the premier Apple partner in the country, has officially started the pre-order of the much-anticipated and the most advanced iPhone models yet.

In a midnight Facebook live event with the theme “Journey to iPhone 13” hosted by voice talent and social media personality Inka Magnaye, and watched by more than 93,000 viewers, Power Mac Center announced the deals, freebies, and discounts that await those who will pre-order the iPhone 13 from October 15, 2021 to October 21, 2021, on the Power Mac Center Web Store, Viber Store, and participating retail stores nationwide, and via the call-to-order option. 

Select Apple products are discounted when purchased with the iPhone 13 until October 21, 2021. Customers who will pre-order via the Power Mac Center Web Store, Viber Store, and participating retail stores may enjoy a 20% discount on AirPods Pro or AirPods 2nd Gen, 10% discount on Apple-branded iPhone cases, and 15% discount on all Beats by Dr. Dre products. Only one accessory per transaction can be availed for pre-orders made on the Web Store.
 Also part of Power Mac Center’s iPhone 13 pre-order deals are bundles for entertainment and protection where customers can save P1,775 and P1,609 respectively, available in limited quantities until October 21, 2021.

The Entertainment Bundle comes with Defunc True Plus Wireless Earphones, Cygnett ChargeUp Reserve 10,000mAh Power Bank, and POPSOCKETS PopGrip for P5,000 only, while the Protection Bundle comprises of a SPECK Presidio Perfect-Clear Case, PanzerGlass Standard Fit Screen Protector, and a PanzerGlass Spray Twice A Day Antibacterial Cleaning Solution 100mL, all for P3,000.

In addition to all of these, customers can also avail Power Mac Center’s 10% discount offer from participating brands on wall chargers and earphones until October 24, 2021.

Accessible payment options, affordable installment offers

Power Mac Center has a variety of convenient payment options to accommodate customers’ preferred way to pay for their iPhone 13 pre-orders. This includes cash, straight debit card or debit card, bank transfer, Power Mac Center Gift Certificates, Sodexo, and online channels including GrabPay, GCash, WeChat, AliPay, PayMaya, Home Credit, Giftaway, and via trade-in vouchers.

Credit card installment up to 24 months with 0% interest is also available through Power Mac Center’s bank partners namely BDO, BPI, Chinabank, Citibank, Eastwest, HSBC, Metrobank, PNB, PSBank, RCBC, Security Bank, and UnionBank.

Complete your iPhone 13 experience

One can never have too many accessories for a new iPhone. Whether it’s a powerbank to keep the fun going all day, a new pair of earphones for a non-stop binge-watching session, and a trusty case and a screen protector to keep your iPhone secure, these accessories will make your iPhone purchase even more worth it. Get yours now from Belkin, Defunc, Speck, U by UAG, Adam Elements, and PanzerGlass. For more information, visit their respective websites and social media channels.

Read the full iPhone 13 pre-order guidelines at https://about.powermaccenter.com/journey-to-iphone-13/ and browse through the portfolio of offerings by Power Mac Center through https://powermaccenter.com/. Be updated about the latest announcements from Power Mac Center by following its official social media channels: @powermaccenter on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and TikTok. Join the official Power Mac Center Viber community via https://iksi.link/pmc

Topics: iPhone 13 , Power Mac Center , Journey to iPhone 13
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