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StraightTalk and Net10 To Sell iPhone 5s, 5c Dec. 13

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Dec 9, 2013, 9:51 AM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper

StraightTalk Wireless and Net10 Wireless today announced they will each sell the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c beginning December 13. The iPhones will be sold at Walmart stores and online for their full retail prices. The 16GB iPhone 5s costs $649, the 16GB iPhone 5c (online only) costs $549, and the 8GB iPhone 4S costs $449. StraightTalk's no-contract plans start at $45 per month and Net10's no-contract plans start at $50 per month. Customers can finance their iPhone purchase when they use a Walmart credit card.

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Dec 9, 2013, 2:01 PM


But if they are shopping at walmart and getting net10 or straighttalk then they don't have the credit to get a walmart credit card.
I have family that is really well off and they use straight talk. What is with all the stereotyping ? I mean some don't care to pay extra to use their smartphones if they are around wifi and such. I mean if they are using the same towers for the most ...
I use Prepaid I pay $15 a month get unlmtd calls and Unlmtd 4G internet I used to pay like $50.00 for the same services hey and I dont use foodstamps neither a homeless you can use you money however you want to be wise

Dec 9, 2013, 2:31 PM

Is it really just supply demand or something else?

Why bother selling to Net10 or ST? It's not like the food stamp person can afford the iPhone, or can they?
Not everyone who uses prepaid is a homeless welfare food stamp client. People you need to grow up and stop making these type comments.
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