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Sprint announced on Friday it’s beginning a $65 per month unlimited plan for the iPhone 6, exclusively offered through Best Buy.

The plan is called the “Best Buy One Plan” and requires a customer to lease a 16GB iPhone 6 with a two-year contract (which is $20 per month). 

The $65 per month plan, which Sprint says saves a customer $1,300 per year, offers unlimited talk, text, and data. It starts in-store on March 1.

For an additional $10 per month, customers can choose the 12 month lease option and have the ability to upgrade every year. Customers activating a new line of service before March 28 will also receive a $200 Best Buy gift card.

“Best Buy One is the industry’s first all-inclusive plan, offering one price for unlimited talk, text and data and the phone. It’s that easy,” Sprint claims in a press release.

With the $20 per month lease, that works out to be $85 per month for a new iPhone 6 and unlimited plan.

Source: Sprint

  • Josh Venegas

    this is just stoopid.

    for 1. 16 gb is nothing( only going to leave you wanting more).
    2. why in the world would i not want to own!? *flushes money down the drain*

    3. “for only $120 more EACH year you can have the newest iPhone!” yeah no thanks. my phone is still pretty awesome. doesn’t need an upgrade each year

    • TheShade247

      Or just save $120 for 6 months and get new phone without stupid contract and cheaper plan.

    • Manuel Molina

      While I understand the “why wouldn’t I want to own the phone” logic, think about the fact that there are a lot of people who do one year swaps with their phone. This will sound interesting to them when taking away the trouble or effect to have to sell their phone to someone to get the money back for a new model that Apple and android put out yearly.

  • Dany Quirion

    meanwhile we are paying 100$ (with tax) in canada for 4 GB

  • Dante Arellano

    Edge data speed fuckk sprint

    • 9to5Slavery

      Better than my t-mobile edge speed and gprs that is present everywhere rural 😛

      • Buzz { Light:Year; }

        LTE is good in some places but with two bars it’s barely enough.

      • 9to5Slavery

        for which?

        Sprint coverage is pretty good with 3G, t-mobile says mid 2015 is when all edge turn into LTE. That is a big promise and an analyst says end of 2015. The only thing killing me is tmobile building penetration.

      • Buzz { Light:Year; }

        Really I get edge speeds on 3G with sprint cant even watch a video.

      • 9to5Slavery

        maybe you’re in a us cellular market.

      • TwinSon

        I agree completely. Building penetration sucks on T-Mobile. I work on the 3rd Floor of a 4 Story building and the walls are thick so signal is choppy at best.

      • AverageSouthNigga

        Sucks for u I got t mobile unlimited everything $70 a month and I get lte everywhere I go

      • 9to5Slavery

        That doesn’t give you better coverage or speeds if you’re in my position.

      • Buzz { Light:Year; }

        I get lte every where I go too in saying 3G is slow and I just lock it to lte but then I don’t receive text messages

      • Manuel Molina

        Verizon is the best in rural areas from my experience. They cover those areas without any drop calls or issues with LTE data.

      • 9to5Slavery

        And you forgot bad call quality.

  • Chris

    Don’t get this offer & price confused with a line on a family plan. For a single plan, unlimited call/text/data, this is a good deal. There isn’t another big carrier out there that offers this for a SINGLE line at this price.

    I know because we are all on AT&T and have unlimited (Grandfathered in), however, my brother somehow got knocked off and kept getting ridiculous data bills every month so last month I researched single line, true unlimited plans with all the big carriers. $65/month on Sprint for unlimited everything was the best deal of them all. We’ve never been keen on not owning the phone outright (and really still aren’t), however, this was a good enough deal that we agreed to doing it.

  • Buzz { Light:Year; }

    Mine is 56$ a month unlimited everything with sprint.

    • Chris

      You don’t have a single plan/single line.

      • Buzz { Light:Year; }

        Actually I’m pretty sure im the only one on sprint in my family so you sir are wrong.

  • port87

    i have a iphone 5c unlocked I got from ebay for $200. im with gosmart (it uses t-mobile’s network), its 5 gb of data and unlimited everything else for $40. It’s 3G only but since I know how to operate my jailbroken iphone I can tweak the settings the way I want it and it’s pretty much ok with me.

    • Rowan09

      For $50 a month you can get unlimited LTE, etc with MetroPCS

      • port87

        I believe MetroPCS stopped selling iphones a while back. Too bad they’re a CDMA provider, id rather buy a sim card than entire new phone.

      • Stan

        Wrong. Since T-Mobile bought Metro pcs, they migrated networks and they support gsm SIM cards now

      • Rowan09

        Just as Stan said they are GSM. You can use any t-mobile phone with Metro and any unlocked phone with it as well.

  • George

    Sprint is worse than t mobile

  • n0ahcruz3

    Cant beat Tmobile 100$ unlimited data for 2 lines!

  • 24mh12

    I get a much better deal with sprint , I pay 45 dollars a month for unlimited everything with no data cap (used 59 gbs alone last month). I hopped on the framily thing a long time ago and created one filled it to the ten members which brought my bill of unlimited talk and text with 1gb of data to 25 bucks a month and for an additional 20 bucks you can have unlimited data , luckily I still have enough people on it to get the discount but have two spots so anyone on sprint wanting to join let me know

  • Martynet

    24 EUR in Ireland. Unlimited data + free tethering with Three. 🙂

  • Tom

    tmobiile and metro pcs has best plan for 80 and 60 unlimited 4g lte

  • Concorde

    “The $65 per month plan, which Sprint says saves a customer $1,300 per year”

    Does anyone know how in the world they came up with this number? $65 @ Sprint vs $80 at T-Mobile. Over 12 months that’s $180. $1300??

  • Jason

    Sprint charges extra $10 per month, so it is not really worth it.