It’s time to rejoice for the iPhone lovers who couldn’t buy one due to bindings of a contract as Boost Mobile, the Sprint-owned carrier, is bringing Apple to its lineup sans the contract from November 08, 2013.
However, the price offers are bit attractive withBoost Mobile. The iPhone 5s with 16GB data capacity will be available at $549 and the 5c will be offered at $449 for the same 16GB while Cricket is offering the exact package at $599 and $499 respectively. Moreover, Boost Mobile will also make accessible the iPhone 5s 32GBversion for $649 and the 64GB for $749. Likewise, the 32GB version of iPhone 5c will be available at $649 too and the little older iPhone 4s can also be bought for a much affordable price of $299.
The carrier has also introduced a smart payment plan for the new Applephone lines and the $55 unlimited Shrinking Payment plan which will allow the owner to have a discount of $5 off the monthly bill until the bill hits $40. The shrinking payment plan is a privilege for every six on-time payments. You just need to plan the payments well.
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