Sprint announced it cut the cost of its iPhone Forever plan to only $1 a month for a 16GB iPhone 6S. Want more? You can also get a 16GB iPhone 6S Plus for $5 a month.
The catch? You have to trade in an iPhone 6 to get the deal.
The Sprint iPhone Forever plan allows customers to lease an iPhone and then upgrade to the newest device whenever it’s released. Typically, the price for a 22-month commitment with a trade-in is $22 a month for the iPhone 6S. The new offer cuts that price to $15 a month.
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T-Mobile also recently announced a price drop for its similar trade-in plan, which allows customers to upgrade to a new phone up to three times per year. The company cut its monthly Jump On Demand price from more than $25 a month to only $5 a month for the iPhone 6S., and iPhone 6S Plus will now only cost you $9 a month. Like Sprint, the plan also requires customers to trade in an iPhone 6, but when you’re ready for an upgrade, you can get a new iPhone or any other smartphone. Get more details on T-Mobile’s offer here.
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And in case you missed it, both of these offers were announced just after Apple came out with its own iPhone Upgrade Program.