Virgin Mobile USA to Sell the iPhone June 29
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Virgin Mobile USA today announced that it will sell the Apple iPhone starting June 29. The 16GB iPhone 4S will be sold for $649 and the 8GB iPhone 4 will be sold for $549. Both price points are near the full retail cost of the iPhone. Service plans will start as low a $30 per month for 300 minutes, $40 per month for 1,200 minutes, and $50 per month for unlimited minutes. All three options include unlimited messaging and 2.5GB of data at 3G speeds before it is throttled. These voice plans include a $5 monthly discount when customers register for automatic monthly payments with a credit card, debit card or PayPal account. Virgin Mobile USA customers wishing to buy the iPhone won't have to sign a contract.
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That's 'exactly' the full retail pricing
And Leap/Cricket announced $399 for the iPhone 4 and $499 for the 4s.
$150 less per phone.
Sprint may bleed prepaid cust to Cricket in the near future....
This will be interesting
Used Sprint iPhone work?
Sprint vs AT&T; Prepaid versus contract
I have a contract 3gs through AT&T right now, overpaying and tired of them. Roughly $90/mo for minimal minutes and moderate to robust internet usage (grandfathered on unlimited data plan, who knows for how long) after taxes. I've been out of contract for a year + now, was thinking of upgrading as of late.
Does the price above include taxes and fees? I've never done prepaid before, but it's looking more and more intelligent to do so especially if that price is inclusive. Taxes are killer on phones...
Since it's CDMA, I'm assuming my ability to surf and talk will cease to be. Am I correct?