Boost Mobile, a prepaid Sprint division, offers a number of handsets without any contract. If you’re a Boost Mobile customer, you be glad to find out the carrier will start selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus from next week.
The carrier announced that both smartphones will go on sale from October 17th on the carrier, and will cost $100 less than the official off-contract price.
Boost Mobile works in a different way, you pay full price for the handset and choose a mobile plan which starts at $35 a month. You have to periodically add funds to your account to keep it running, so there are no annual contracts or huge monthly bills.
Here are the pricing plans for the handsets on Boost Mobile:
- iPhone 6 16GB: $549.99
- iPhone 6 64GB: $649.99
- iPhone 6 128GB: $749.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 16GB: $649.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 64GB: $749.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 128GB: $849.99
Both devices went on sale on all major US carriers — AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon — on September 19th, as well as through several retailers and Apple stores. Apple has seen strong launch weekend sales, topping a record-breaking 10 million. The handset is currently facing delayed shipments due to strong demand, especially the bigger iPhone 6 Plus which currently shows 3-4 weeks as the shipping estimate in most regions.
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