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No-Contract iPhones at Walmart

The iPhone 5 and earlier models are available without subsidy, but with no commitment and a subsidized credit plan. Straight Talk Wireless no-contract plans start at $45 for 30 days of unlimited talk, text and data.

Walmart and Straight Talk Wireless are offering the iPhone 4, 4S and 5 with no-contract monthly plans.

Straight Talk Wireless plans cost $45 with unlimited talk, text and data for 30 days. A $60 per 30 days plan includes international calling.

Without a data plan to subsidize it, Walmart charges the full retail price for the various iPhone models (from $449 for the iPhone 4 with 8GB to $849 for the iPhone 5 with 64GB). But they are also offering special financing with a Walmart Credit Card of $25/month with no interest.

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