Apple's New IPhone Upgrade Program Starts At $32 Per Month

Posted: Sep 10 2015, 11:36am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 10 2015, 8:38pm CDT, in News | Apple

Apple's new iPhone upgrade program starts at $32 per month

Pay Apple every month and get free new iPhone every year

Apple today announced the new iPhone Upgrade Program. It is an initiative through which users can purchase new, unlocked iPhones from Apple.

This means that the users can move to the new flagship model every year. This initiative is similar to various upgrade plans offered by several US carriers.

But it is little different because this time Apple is taking control of the whole experience. All you have to do is to buy an unlocked phone from Apple that will run on Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and others.

Choose your own carrier, and pay Apple for the phone after some time. The service is currently starting in the US but will be available in other countries soon.

As told above, you get to pick your carrier and include AppleCare+ for service repair. From just $32 a month, you will get a new iPhone every year.

The entire subscription is managed by Apple, not your carrier. AppleCare+, the service contract for iPhone that additionally covers accidental damage.

It is also included in the iPhone Upgrade Program. The 24-month installment plan begins at $32 every month. It will get you the base level 16GB iPhone 6S.

The 128GB will be available at $40.75/month. The iPhone 6S Plus will cost between $36.58 per month and $44.91 depending on the capacity users choose.

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