Boost Mobile, a prepaid subsidiary of Sprint, recently announced that it will be launching the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus on Friday, October 17th of this year. Just like what it did with the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S in the past, the prepaid carrier is selling the new iPhone models with $100.00 slashed off their regular retail prices.
For the complete pricing information on Boost Mobile's iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus launch, see below:
iPhone 6 (16 gigabytes version) -- $549.99
iPhone 6 (64 gigabytes version) -- $649.99
iPhone 6 (128 gigabytes version) -- $749.99
iPhone 6 Plus (16 gigabytes version) -- $649.99
iPhone 6 Plus (64 gigabytes version) -- $749.99
iPhone 6 Plus (128 gigabytes version) -- $849.99
As seen above, Boost Mobile is offering its subscribers every storage capacity option for both the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus. Of course, if users still prefer to avail of previous iPhone model options, they can choose between the following: 16-gigabyte iPhone 5S for $449.99, 16-gigabyte iPhone 5C for $349.99, and 8-gigabyte iPhone 4S for $199.99. The iPhone 5S, 5C, and 4S options are only available online.
Users may compare Boost Mobile's prices to that of other carriers', which usually start at $0.00 and above. But if one looks closely, the prepaid carrier actually offers prices that are lower than most off-contract iPhone deals. Also, subscribers of Boost Mobile need only pay for their month-to-month usage -- there are no yearly contracts nor monthly billing statements.
By becoming part of Boost Mobile's smartphone offers, the latest iPhone models continue to reach even more customers. The devices are already being pushed by the Big Four carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless), and even set a new record for first weekend sales when it sold more than 10 million units within the first three days of its availability. Even before the devices went on sale, they already got more than 4 million pre-orders. The iPhone 5, which is a best-seller in its own right, only managed to get 2 million pre-orders in its first 24 hours.
Despite some hitches in the first few weeks of its iPhones' release -- customers complaining of bent iPhones, the iOS 8 update that disabled some phones' voice calling and Touch ID capabilities -- Apple seems to have weathered the storm and are cruising along fine.
As for Boost Mobile subscribers -- well, they get a chance to own a new iPhone while still enjoying the perks of going prepaid.
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