Preorder available starting on Friday.
The two newest smartphones to hit the market, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus will be available for preorder starting this Friday, and will be available for in stores on September 19th. The pair are available through the four main carriers in the U.S., and they have listed the prices for potential buyers to examine.
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AT&T is allowing consumers to purchase the phone with a two year contract, or have the option to pay it off over the course of 20-24 months. Users can also upgrade their phones with the Next 12 or Next 18 plan by upgrading in 12 or 18 months after purchase depending on the plan they choose at no additional out of pocket cost.
Sprint is offering the ability for users to lease the new smartphones instead of a purchase plan. The company is offering a newly initiated plan termed "iPhone for Life" that allows consumers to lease the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus for $20 U.S. Dollars per-month with no down payment required. After Two years have passed customers may then trade in the phone for the latest model on the Apple product line. Consumers can also purchase the smartphones at $199 with a two-year contract that costs $20 dollars per-month, and requires a $58 up front fee.
T-Mobile is using the Simple Choice plan for the latest iPhones, which allow customers to pay off their phone in monthly installments over the p period of 24 months. The iPhone 6 will cost $27.08 per month for two years, while the iPhone 6 Plus will be selling at $31.24 per month over the same time frame. The base model 16GB phone does not require buyers to pay an upfront fee, but the 64GB phones have a $99.99 upfront fee, with the 128GB phones requiring consumers to put down a $199.99 up front fee for either phone.
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Verizon Wireless is selling the iPhone 6 at a starting price of $199.99 for the 16GB model, and $299.00 for the iPhone 6 Plus 16GB model on a two-year contract. Verizon customers can also use another option to pay off the phone over the course of 20-months instead of putting up the entire upfront payment, costing buyers $32.49 a month for the regular and $37.49 for the Plus. Customers that qualify can opt to go for no down payment with the starting price.