Sprint is today officially revealing pricing for the new iPhone 6s lineup through its iPhone Forever upgrade program and at the same time trying to battle T-Mobile’s unique introductory prices announced earlier this week. Like T-Mobile’s $ 20/month offer on the new entry-level iPhone 6s, Sprint is providing a similar handle $ 15/month for upgrade customers and $ 22/mo (or $ 26/mo for 6s Plus) for brand-new iPhone Forever consumers. Here’s how it works:
You have to trade-in an eligible device or upgrade from your existing iPhone to obtain the $ 15/month deal. Otherwise you’ll get the $ 22/mo prices when registering for the plan with a brand-new line.
How does that compare to the other men? We did a contrast of the upgrade prepares provided by each carrier vs Apple’s brand-new iPhone Upgrade Program here.
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