SkyBOX and MacMagazine on Safari

Reduction in ICMS returns to making the acquisition of several iProducts directly from the United States via SkyBOX advantageous

On January 1, a menu came into force that reduced the Tax on Operations Relating to the Circulation of Goods and on the Provision of Interstate and Intermunicipal Transport and Communication Services (ICMS) from 18% to 4%, which directly and imports of products to Brazil.

And that also includes SkyBOX, partner of MacMagazine long-standing policy that allows consumers to purchase products in the United States and receive them at their homes in Brazil, in a completely safe and legal manner.

SkyBOX and MacMagazine on Safari

Of course, the new ICMS rules affect everything and everyone, but companies like Apple will not rush to make price adjustments because of this. In the case of SkyBOX it is different, since the calculation is made at the time of purchase.

With that, several iProducts they can now be purchased directly from the US at prices far more advantageous than the official ones in Brazil. Check out just * some * examples:

ProductPrice in the USPrice in BrazilPrice via SkyBOX *
16GB iPod nano $ 150 R $ 760 R $ 570
21.5 ″ 2.7GHz iMac $ 1,300 R $ 6,200 R $ 4,640
27 ″ 2.9GHz iMac $ 1,800 R $ 8,500 R $ 6,390
13 ″ MacBook Pro Retina with 2.5GHz $ 1,700 R $ 7,000 R $ 5,990
MacBook Pro Retina 15 ″ with 2.3GHz $ 2,200 R $ 10,000 R $ 7,750
iPad mini 16GB Wi-Fi $ 330 N / A R $ 1,250
iPad mini Wi-Fi + Cellular 16GB $ 460 N / A R $ 1,700

Approximate values ​​may vary according to the dollar rate. Check the SkyBOX calculator.

Note that we even included in the table the iPad mini, which until today have not been officially launched in Brazil. As they are already officially approved by ANATEL, even this cannot be seen as an impediment to the acquisition via SkyBOX.

In the first year, the rental of the virtual suite on SkyBOX is only $ 24 via our link.

Recently, SkyBOX clarified several doubts about its service through a topic in our Forum and also started to allow Brazilians to order prints of iPhoto through it, something that Apple still does not offer here.