Category Archives: Cellphones on Contracts

CellC MediaPlay Contract

Cell C MediaPlay contract is a package brought to you by Cell C and allows consumers to plan and budget for their connectivity and entertainment needs,all under one contract. MediaPlay allows customers to connect with the world and with friends and families while keeping up with their favourite movies,series,sports,news and music and so much more,… Read More »


FNB ConeXis X1 review

Out of the two FNB branded devices, the more expensive one is the ConeXis X1, which is available for R150 per month on a 24-month plan. The repayment plan is different from a typical cellphone contract as FNB won’t do a credit check before selling you either of the smartphones. Instead, it asks for a… Read More »


Apple iPhone X Pricing at MTN, Vodacom and Telkom

Get the iPhone X from Vodacom, MTN and Telkom on a number of postpaid packages to choose from. This latest Apple iPhone series is available as a 64GB or 256GB model, and sports a bezel-less OLED display with Apple’s new Face ID biometric security. Contract prices start at around R900 per month for the 64GB… Read More »


Cell Phone Contracts

Get access to the latest cell phone and mobile contracts in the market today. getcellphonedeals.co.za gives you access to hundreds of headsets and deals to choose from.​​ Application is easy, quick, fast and secure because everything is done online saving you time and paperwork. And with so many yearsof experience in the mobile phone contract… Read More »


Cell C Fantasy, Deluxe, Summit, Empire, and Extreme

Here are the Cell C self-branded smartphone:- Cell C Fantasy, Deluxe, Summit, Empire, and Extreme. Specifications of Cell C’s branded smartphones are summarised in the table below. Specifications Cell C Fantasy Cell C Deluxe Cell C Summit Cell C Empire Cell C Extreme Operating system Android 5.1 Android 5.1 Android 5.1 Android 5.1 Android 5.1… Read More »


Samsung Galaxy S9

The Samsung’s newest and latest flagship smartphone, the  S9  looks almost identical to its immediate predecessor, the Galaxy S8. It is essentially a replay of last year’s big Samsung phone with just  few tweaks. With Galaxy S9 you can capture the Moment within the Moment and record video at 960 frames per second and then play… Read More »