January 28, 2014
Just days after dropping the subsidized prices of Apple’s iPhone handsets by 10 percent, Virgin Mobile is at it again. The carrier has now cut an additional 20 percent off the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c. The new prices, which are available exclusively on the Internet, are as follows:
Virgin Mobile is also taking 20 percent off the price of the 8GB iPhone 4, which you can purchase online for $159.99 unsubsidized. Apple charges $650 for an unlocked iPhone 5s, and $550 for an iPhone 5c. Virgin Mobile offers plans on the Sprint 4G LTE network starting at $30 per month. These are truly impressive prices for unsubsidized iPhones. If you're in the market for a new handset, it might be wise to consider choosing Virgin Mobile. See also: AT&T Confirms It Has No Intention Of Taking Over British Carrier Vodafone, AppAdvice International: Carrier Takeovers, Phablet Demand And iTunes Radio, and T-Mobile Begins Offering Payment Cards.