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Sprint Undercuts T-Mobile with $1 iPhone 6s Lease

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Sep 24, 2015, 9:01 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Sprint today said it will lease the iPhone 6s to customers for a monthly payment of just $1. Consumers have to meet several conditions to get that deal. The special lease offer is available for a limited time only at Sprint-branded retail stores. The $1 price is for a 16GB iPhone 6s. Leasing a 16GB iPhone 6s Plus will cost $5 per month. Both lease prices are contingent upon customers trading in an iPhone 6. Sprint has attractive monthly pricing for higher-capacity iPhones, as well. For example, the 64GB iPhone 6s will cost $5.77 per month and the 128GB iPhone 6s will cost $10.53 per month. Similarly, the 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6s Plus models will cost $9.77 and $14.53 per month, respectively. These prices also require an iPhone 6 trade-in. Sprint isn't leaving out customers with the iPhone 5s. Customers who trade in the 2013-era iPhone can lease the 16GB iPhone 6s or 6s Plus for $10 or $14 per month, respectively.


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Sep 24, 2015, 12:14 PM

This just in - Sprint to now start paying customers to use their service

Sprint will literally pay customers an allowance of $50 a month to be on their service. One customer had this to say about the deal "I think it's great that Sprint cares so much about the customer." On whether or not he'd miss his previous service provider, "That's the best part. I'm keeping my T-Mobile phone, and now Sprint is paying the bill!"

Sep 24, 2015, 9:14 AM

They Sound Like a Cardealership.

Its like reading the Sunday Newpaper Autosection, where some VW dealer is going to lease you a Passat Diesel Limited Edition for $89 per month.
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