Boost Mobile, the prepaid Sprint division carrier, will soon offer you the latest flagships from Apple i.e. iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus with no annual or monthly bills. In other words, the users will be able to purchase iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus off-contract from October 17. However, the users will have to pay a high price and the smartphones will be locked to the Boost network.
Boost Mobile is basically a Sprint unit that only offers the prepaid services to its customers. It simply means that the people will have to pay only one time for purchasing iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Boost Mobile also offers different packages and price plans. The customers can enjoy the service at reasonable rates on their favorite devices.
Boost Mobile may be offering iPhone 6 and its larger version at a higher price as compared to contractual ones, but the devices will still cost you $100 less than their full retail price. You can get iPhone 6 16GB, 64GB, and 128GB models for $549.99, $649.99, and $749.99 respectively. iPhone 6 Plus in the same configurations will cost you $649.99, $749.99, and $849.99 respectively.
Boost Mobile offers Apple’s devices without any requirements for paying monthly or annual bills. Boost Mobile also offers three plans for its customers with unlimited text and voice. The data packages are also offered at the competitive prices. The low end package of 1GB comes with 3G or 4G speed, the mid-range ones provide 5GB of data, and the higher end plan comes with the 10GB of data. These packages are available at prices of $35, $45, and $55 respectively, for 1GB, 5GB, and 10GB data bundles. The cost of these packages has been reduced by $5 till November 3 for the promotion of iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Boost doesn’t charge customers monthly fees or overage cost. However, you will have to add money to your account after regular intervals to keep the service going.
iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are now available in US from all the major carriers that has increased the competition a great deal. The interested customers will have plenty of options to choose from. The carriers are attracting people in different ways. Some are offering the devices with contracts, while the rest is opting for one-time payment policies.