Sprint's iPhone plan, better than other US carriers
In a wireless world full of competition, it leaves Sprint with no choice but to think of a smart strategy to outwit others. So far, Sprint has the best deal compared with other carriers, but who knows what will happen next with the price war still looming around.
Sprint recently announced that customers can get the new iPhone 6s with a monthly charge of $15 starting September 25 onwards. But there is a catch, the company requests the customers the need to surrender their old smartphone, as reported by Bidness Etc.
The iPhone is already offered at a discounted price, but the price war is still looming between wireless carriers in the US. So, what carrier would bring home the bacon?
Sprint informs that monthly charges for iPhone 6s Plus are $19, which is the most affordable offer for the latest iPhones. The wireless carrier also added that pre-registering is available to all interested customers for the latest Apple Inc. devices and pre-orders startare from September 12.
The company made the deal even more enticing giving iPhone Forever customers special promotion on a 16GB iPhone 6s. Customers who signed-up or already owners of the iPhone Forever can upgrade to iPhone 6s before the end of December and will be charged $15 monthly until the next upgrade. The best part of Sprint's offer to switch to them will pay off your remaining charges on the old smartphone including the outstanding amounts on the consumers' service contract with the previous carrier.
Sprint informs customers who choose to trade in their old phone for a new smartphone will be charged $22 for iPhone 6s and $26 for iPhone 6s Plus. It also mentioned its iPhone Forever program and the price as well as letting you grab a new phone annually.
Sprint said that the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will allow Wi-Fi calls allowing customers to make quality calls even in case of limited phone service. Through this great feature, it enables the company to provide better coverage options by means of a simple experience made available in iPhone models from 5s, onwards.
Sprint Corporation tenders a range of wireless and wireline communications services to consumers, business and government users. The wireless company develops, engineers and deploys technologies, including the first wireless fourth generation (4G) from a national carrier in the United States.
For customers to get their hands on the iPhone 6, they need first to make a pre-order the soonest possible time. Secondly, they need to be smart enough and determine the best and most reasonable deal.