One of the foremost prepaid carriers in the US, Boost Mobile, will become the first such network operator to offer the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus handsets starting from October 17. What’s more interesting is that it will grant buyers a generous $100 discount on any model that they purchase.
This means that the 16GB iPhone 6 will retail for $549.99 instead of $649.99. Those who wish to go for higher storage options can forget about paying $749.99 and $849.99 for the 64GB and 128GB variants, as they will be offered to them by Boost Mobile at $649.99 and $749.99, respectively.
Like we said, the price cuts apply to the iPhone 6 Plus models as well, so this larger device will set you back by $649.99 (16GB), $749.99 (64GB) or $849.99 (128GB). And that’s not all; Apple fans will even be able to purchase previous-gen iPhones with slashed prices through Boost.
The 5S and 5C models will be made available at $449.99 and $349.99. And then there’s the option of the ancient iPhone 4S which will be seen selling at just $199.99 through the Sprint-run prepaid carrier.
The new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus devices have been equipped with slightly better cameras than their predecessors, while they even house improved processors and lots of design changes. A range of software additions including tap-to-pay support have also been granted to these models as well.