Boost Mobile has announced that they are going to start out selling the new iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus starting next Friday, October 17. Boost is really a pre-paid brand operated and owned by Sprint, and therefore doesn’t need you to sign up to a contract.
Boost delivers anon-contract pre-paid service that needs customers to buy their phones with full price and also pair them with pre-paid mobile cellular and data plans. Not like the competitors, Boost provides the iPhone 6 at a discounted price, getting $100 off the full retail price of every available model. The prices start at $549 for the 16GB iPhone 6, with the iPhone 6 Plus priced at $649 for the 16 GB model.
Boost’s mobile plans may include unlimited talk and also texts coupled with data available in 1 GB, 5 GB and 10 GB allocation. Coming from now until finally November 3, Boost takes an extra $5 off the cost of it’s prepaid plans. Plan prices now cost $35 monthly for the 1 GB plan, $45 monthly for the mid-tier 5 GB plan and $55 monthly for the 10 GB option.
If you plant to buy iPhone 6 at Boost, the time is coming.
Source: Boost Mobile