Boost Mobile will begin selling the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus next week. CNET reports that the two handsets will become available at the carrier starting Friday, October 17, with a $100 discount on full retail pricing offered on all models.
For those unfamiliar with the provider, Boost Mobile is a prepaid division of Sprint that offers no-contract service for a low monthly fee. So users pay full price for their devices, and in return get cellular plans starting at $35 per month.
Here is what the new iPhone pricing is going to look like:
- iPhone 6 16GB: $549.99
- iPhone 6 64GB: $649.99
- iPhone 6 128GB: $749.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 16GB: $649.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 64GB: $749.99
- iPhone 6 Plus 128GB: $849.99
Boost plans include unlimited talk, text and data available in 1GB, 5GB and 10GB allotments, and for the next three weeks, it’s taking an additional $5 off each of the plans. So you can snag 10GB of monthly data for just $55 per month.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus went on sale at AT&T, Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile on September 19. The following Monday, Apple announced that it had sold 10 million handsets during opening weekend, a new sales record for the company.