by Joe White
September 13, 2013
T-Mobile has announced that it'll be offering the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s for $0 and $99 down, respectively, as part of its impressive "uncarrier" campaign. This means that the price of Apple's entry-level iPhone 5c will be repaid through 24 monthly installments of $22, while the iPhone 5s (with its $99 price tag) will be repaid at a rate of $22.91 per month, over the course of two years. The news comes as preorders for the iPhone 5c are set to go live. As a reminder, Apple, AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint will be offering the iPhone 5c for $99 (16GB) and $199 (32GB) with a two year contract. In addition, it's possible to preorder the handset through Walmart in order to receive a $20 discount, while the retailer is also offering the iPhone 5s at a $10 saving. Preorders for the iPhone 5c are set to go live at 12:01 a.m. PDT on Sept. 13. We'll let you know once preorders in the Apple Online Store are available. In the meantime, see: Today's Best Apps: Strata, Pet Peaves Monsters, Where's My Water? 2 And More, Adobe Photoshop Express 3.0 Features New UI, New Filters And Adobe Revel Integration, and Apple Takes Down Online Store In Anticipation Of Initial Preorders For iPhone 5c.