Folks in the market for a prepaid iPhone may want to check out Virgin Mobile. The Sprint networked-backed MVNO has just shaved another 10% off its iPhone selection, bringing about some of the cheapest unsubsidized prices we’ve seen for the handset.
The discount brings the cost of the 16GB iPhone 5s down to $495, and the 32GB 5s down to $585. And if you want to go for the 64GB model, it’ll only cost you $675—just a little bit more than you’d normally pay for a 16GB full retail…
Then there’s the iPhone 5c. The extra 10% off brings the 16GB version of this handset down to $405, and the 32GB down to $495. And if that’s still more than you’re looking to spend, the carrier sells the iPhone 4 for $160. All of these prices include shipping.
Since these prices are subsidy-free, they don’t require a contract, and Virgin Mobile has unlimited plans starting at just $30 a month. The only thing is, we’d recommend investigating what service is like in your area—Sprint isn’t known for its network speed.
We’re not sure how long these prices will be good for, so if you’re interested, you should probably act sooner than later.