iPhone 6 Price with 24month on Sprint, AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile
Apple revealed on September 9 their last devices: the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, and finally on September 19 both of the devices were available in retail stores.
You can purchase both of the iPhone 6 editions without a contract and sim-locked or with a contract from a carrier for a period of 24 months. To do this, go to Apple’s website and choose the iPhone 6 and you will be redirected to a page where you will be able to pick the variant of iPhone 6 you want to get, the color and the carrier.
For an iPhone 6 you will pay 199 dollars for the 16GB variant, 299 dollars for the 64GB variant and 399 dollars for the 128GB variant. For an iPhone 6 Plus, you’ll spend 299 dollars for the 16GB variant, 399 dollars for the 64GB variant and 499 dollars for the 128GB variant. Keep in mind that all of these prices are for the 2 years of contract though Sprint, AT&T and Verizon.
However, if you decide to get an unlocked-sim iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, here are the prices that T-Mobile has set for them:
- iPhone 6: 649 dollars for the 16GB variant, 749 dollars for the 64GB variant and 849 dollars for the 128GB variant;
- iPhone 6 Plus: 749 dollars for the 16GB variant, 849 dollars for the 64GB variant and 949 dollars for the 128GB variant.
If you have the cash, we think that is better to get a sim-unlocked device, because in long term you will pay a lot more for your device, and you will be “stuck” with a company for the next 2 years, which will make things harder if you want to switch carriers.
For example, if you get the iPhone 6 from Sprint, you will have to pay for the device somewhere between 680 and 920 dollars, or if you buy it from AT&T, it will cost you around 560 to 800 dollars and if you buy it from Verizon, you will have to pay somewhere between 470 and 830 dollars. And keep it mind that these are the prices for the iPhone 6 device, not the iPhone 6 Plus.
Are you planning to get the iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus with a 2 year contract or do you prefer paying upfront for a device?