hi,I'd like to know about the iphone 6 .I'm an existing cutomer

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I recommend the 64GB version.

And Do not get the it on Tab Plus. The tab plus plans are horrendous.
If you can, try to get it at the Apple store and then not worry about the Tab

https://www.koodomobile.com/phones
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Mathieu Carrier

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Dennis is right, tab plus plans are a big no-no, and for the iPhone going with 64GB+ is always the best option since there are no SD cards and heavy updates are frequent. Were you interested in the iPhone 6 Plus?
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"And Do not get the it on Tab Plus. The tab plus plans are horrendous."*

*if you are not living in MB/SK.

"for the iPhone going with 64GB+ is always the best option"
Not always. I always buy the 16GB version, and I always have more than 5GB free space; and I don't do any syncs, or back ups.
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As the system takes almost 5gb of the storage and most users on iPhones love having quite the app collection and music stored on their phones, the 16gb tends to fill up really fast! With no expandable storage options you are always safer to get the 64gb models as it costs so little now compared to when you purchase the 16gb model just to realize you should of gotten the 64gb model.
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Most ≠ always
I bought my iPhone 6 about 7 months ago, and I have 6.2 GB free space.
$100 + tax extra = so little?
Should have
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I don't own a iPhone but I've heard it's best to get one with the largest GB you can afford. Apparently updating the OS takes up some GB's, plus photos, apps, too.
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Exactly! Ususally you will have quite a few apps, use the phone to take many pictures and emails and music.

The iOS itself takes up nearly 5gb of storage, then use another 2gb for bassic apps most people use, then those nice HD videos you can record with it and the nice high res pictures you can take, and you will be dissapointed to see that your 16gb iPhone does not have enough storage for much more!

I had a 16gb model with barely anything on it and the storage was full pretty quickly.

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