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.
The announcement came right after Cricket, another off-contract carrier gave out a similar announcement last week.
However, the price offers are bit attractive with Boost 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 32GB version 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 Apple phone 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.