Even as iPhone 6 is expected to reach stores on September 19, the price war among major mobile carriers of U.S. has already begun.
Both phones will be available through all four major carriers in the U.S.
Meanwhile Apple said their website will start accepting pre-orders from September 12, and both devices will be available in retail stores on September 19. Users can now get a new phone from the Apple Store directly online.
Also read: Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus
Here’s a glance of deals major carriers are offering:
To get hold of more wireless subscribers, Sprint has announced that they will offer a new service plan as well as a new iPhone 6 leasing deal in the wake of Apple’s announcement.
The company revealed its “iPhone for Life Plan” which offers unlimited data usage for only $50 per month. It is also allowing customers to pay $20 per month to lease the iPhone and upgrade after two years.
Users can also buy the device using the Easy Pay installment scheme that has a one -time payment of $58 with $30 monthly payments. The carrier also offers the latest iPhone with a new two-year contract for only $199.
AT & T
AT&T will allow user to either buy the phone on a two year contract, or pay it off over the course of 20 or 24 months. With its Next 12 or Next 18 Plan, user also have the choice of upgrading their phone after 12 or 18 months, depending on which plan you choose at no additional cost.
The company has not yet formally announced any detailed information about the schemes or plans that they will offer for the latest iPhone 6 models.
The network carrier offers a free iPhone 6 for subscribers in exchange of their old iPhone and with a new two-year agreement. The deal comes with a $200 gift card that can be used to purchase the 16GB iPhone 6 for $199.99. Verizon is selling iPhone 6 Plus for $299.
With this scheme, the iPhone 6 would cost subscribers $32.49 per month, while the iPhone 6 Plus would cost them $37.49 per month. There’s no down payment for qualified customers on the starting price
Verizon will accept used iPhone models 4, 4S, 5, 5S and 5C, as long as the device still works. Customers will receive the 16GB version of the iPhone 6.
Just like other major carriers, T-Mobile will also offer a pre-order option for the two iPhone 6 devices starting September 12.
The plan allows users to pay off their phone in monthly installments over a period of 24 months. The iPhone 6 will cost $27.08 per month for two years whereas the iPhone 6 Plus will sell for $31.24 per month over the same period of 2 years
There will be no down payment if the user is buying the base model iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus (16GB). Users will have to pay $99.99 up front for the 64GB iPhone 6 or 6 Plus and $199.99 for the 128GB iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.