The iPhone 7 and 7 Plus have just been unveiled and pre-orders will start tomorrow, September 9, at 3:01am Eastern / 12:01am Pacific time. Fans will also purchase the two flagships directly from Apple’s online store, and it not important which carrier they are on. But since we’ve mentioned carriers, Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile have announced that they will be offering the iPhone 7/7 Plus with a monthly contract and we’ll tell you about the prices they will charge their customers.
Verizon, AT&T and Sprint
The iPhone 32GB, which normally costs $649, will be available via the Apple iPhone Upgrade Program with 24 equal payments of $32.41 per month, Apple iPhone Installments: $27.04 per month, AT&T Next Every Year: $27.05 per month, AT&T Next: $21.64 per month, or $199 in advance, from Sprint or Verizon, with a two-year contract. The 128GB of the iPhone 7 ($749 retail price), sold in the same conditions is available for: $36.58/month, $31.20/month, $31.21/month, $27.97/month and $299 in advance, while the 256GB variant ($849 retail price) costs $40.75/month, $35.37/month, $35.38/month or $399 in advance.
The iPhone 7 Plus 32GB ($769) is available with the following monthly plans: $37.41, $32.04, $32.05, $25.64 or $319 (a one time payment to Sprint and Verizon, plus applicable sales taxes). The 128GB variant ($869 retail price) costs $41.58/month, $36.20/month, $36.21/month, $28.97/month or $419 from Sprint/Verizon. Finally, the 256GB variant ($969 retail price) is sold for: $45.75/month, $40.37/month, $40.38/month, $32.30/month or $519 from Sprint/Verizon.
Verizon Update: Verizon is also offering up to $650 for new and existing customers who trade in their old iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s and 6s Plus, which means the iPhone 7 32 GB is available for no charge.
This carrier allows owners of the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6S or 6S Plus to trade in their devices and get up to $650 in monthly bill credits, which they can use for the next 24 months. This means that the 32GB variant of the iPhone 7 will be offered for free, and this is very convenient for users who want to take advantage of the new features, such as resistance to dust and water, a more powerful processor and longer battery life.
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