Walmart's StraightTalk to Sell iPhone with $45 Unlimited Plan
Walmart today announced that its StraightTalk prepaid brand will offer the Apple iPhone 5 and iPhone 4 with its no-contract service plans. The iPhone 5 will be available in black and white, but only with 16GB of storage, for $649.99. The iPhone 4 will be available in black and white, but only with 8GB of storage, for $449.99. StraightTalk offers unlimited voice, messaging, and data for $45 per month. Walmart is also offering to finance the purchase price of the iPhone through the Walmart credit card. The iPhone for StraightTalk goes on sale beginning January 11.
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