4 years ago1,000+ Views
Your newsfeed is probably buzzing with talk about the latest Apple release of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Sprint, like the rest of the U.S. Carriers, is stepping up their game and offering users a new deal if you purchase the iPhone with them. Sprint's original unlimited data/call/text plan is $60/mo with no contract. However, if you buy the new iPhone, your monthly plan would only cost $50. So what's the catch? You have to "lease" the phone for $20/mo (iPhone 6) or $25/mo (iPhone 6 Plus) if you want to join their iPhone for Life plan. You are guaranteed the newest iPhone every 2 years. Here are my thoughts about this new plan: PROS: - You can be paying as little as $70/month for an unlimited data plan with the new iPhone 6 - No need to pay any money up front - No contract - If you always buy the latest iPhone, you can be guaranteed the next big thing every 2 years CONS - You don't technically own the phone because you are leasing it. What happens if you crack the screen...or even worse, lose it? I think I would personally pay to own this phone instead of leasing it, because I am paranoid I would lose it or ruin it. What are your thoughts? Do you think this deal is worth it, or is it too good to be true?
Hmm, there's always too big of a catch on these deals. I would much rather buy one (or get one of the free ones like I do now on Verizon...)
Yes!!!! So excited to hear this!!! My dad let us switch to Sprint a few years back at my pleading; going to look more into this, thanks! @Techatheart