of $25 (16 GB version). The 64 GB model costs $30 per month and the 128 GB model costs $35 per month.
After two years, customers can turn the device in and receive the next-generation iPhone (iPhone 6s, 6s Plus, perhaps?) under the same terms. Additionally, Sprint said the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus will be eligible for a new Simply Unlimited plan that offers unlimited talk, text, and data for just $50 per month for a single line. Sprint is also offering Sprint Easy Pay, which is similar to AT&T's installment plan above.
T-Mobile doesn't sign any of its customers to a new contract any more. Instead, it offers T-Mobile Simple Choice plans, which break apart the device cost and the service plan cost. The device cost is defrayed over monthly installments, just like AT&T and Sprint.
T-Mobile will let you walk out of stores on Friday, September 19, with a 16 GB iPhone 6 with $0 followed by 24 monthly payments of $27.08. T-Mobile is asking for a downpayment of $99 for the 64 GB model and $199 for the 128 GB model, and will charge the same $27.08 monthly installment fee for each. The pricer iPhone 6 Plus is being offered for a $0, $99, and $199 down followed by 24 monthly payments of $31.25 for the 16 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB models, respectively. After 24 months, T-Mobile customers own their device and can do anything they want with it. If they choose to leave T-Mobile, they have to pay off the balance of the device cost.
Last, but not least, we have Verizon Wireless. Verizon calls its monthly installment plans Verizon Edge. Verizon hasn't provided a full breakdown yet of what its monthly costs will be, but at least it gave us a starting point.
Verizon will let its customers buy the 16 GB iPhone 6 for $0 down followed by 20 monthly payments of $32.49. Those prices should go up to approximately $37.50 and $42.50 for the 64 GB and 128 GB models. Verizon will let its customers buy the 16 GB iPhone 6 Plus for $0 down followed by 20 monthly payments of $37.49. Those prices should go up to approximately $42.50 and $47.50 for the 64 GB and 128 GB models.
There you have it. Online ordering starts at 3 a.m. Eastern time. Who's getting up in the middle of the night to order a new iPhone? If you think online ordering is for the birds, feel free to get up at 3 a.m. on Friday, September 19, so you can get a decent spot in line at your local Apple Store. They open at 8 a.m.
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