IPhone 6 Plans Compared

Posted: Sep 17 2014, 12:06pm CDT | by , in News | Apple


iPhone 6 Plans Compared
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T&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile plans for the iPhone 6

If you are planning to place an order for your iPhone 6 then we would recommend waiting for a little while to weigh your options and pay a little attention to the details of the different plans you can have from the major carriers in the US. The decision needs a little time since the prices announced by these carriers are more than often very conflicting. Whatever we are discussing below is helpful for an average American buyer who wants a 2 GB iPhone 6. We will be discussing below the total costs over two years for a single-line plan, counting phone pricing and service charges but not taxes or other incidental fees.

The plan that AT&T has for you is the Mobile Share plan which is going to cost you $2,120 but if you think about the Next pricing then that is going to add up to $2,210. On the other hand there is nothing complicated about T-Mobile which is offering hr phone simply for $1,730.

For Sprint’s standard two year contract you will have to pay $2,120 and in case you want to go for the plan that offers no discount then you will have to shed $1,850 or, get this, just $1,680 for the “iPhone for Life” deal. If you want tethering then you can also have the $10/month surcharge which will then allow you to share your phone’s broadband with a laptop over WiFi or you can have another $240 over two years.

Verizon Wireless has a Single Line Smartphone contract which is giving the phone at $1,640 or if you go with Edge pricing then you will shell out $1,850. The phone with tethering is going to cost $2,360 or $2,570.

You might all be confused with all these details but let us make things simpler for you by telling you what you are going to save on these contracts. If you are not interested in tethering then your best choice is the Verizon’s $60 Single Line Smartphone contract. This is going to be $1,640 for two years and you don’t have to pay for the More Everything or Edge options. But in case you are after tethering but don’t care about the rural coverage then T-Mobile’s $45 Simple Starter ($1,730 total) is your best deal. But you want tethering and rural coverage then AT&T’s $80 Mobile Share option ($2,120 total) is what you are looking for.

source: yahoo

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