iPhone 5C gets pricing on major carriers as well
Earlier you were able to see the prices that the different carriers were to offer for the iPhone 5S and the different storage options that go along with it as well as the prices free of contract. Now you will be able to learn the prices of the iPhone 5C on the different carriers both with and without contract.
For the AT&T lovers eying the iPhone 5C will have three options in front of them: a 2-year contract, going for AT&T’s Next program, or simply paying the full retail price. So, let’s go through them in that order – a 2-year contract will set you back $99/$199 for the 16GB/32GB. If you are on Next device trade-in program and you are close to the 12th payment you will be allowed to purchase the iPhone 5C without downpayment, however, you’ll have to pay $27 a month for the coming year. If you are really looking to avoid a commitment it will cost you $549,99 for the 16GB variant, and $649.99 for the 32GB one.
If you are more of a Verizon guy we regret to tell you that you have almost the same 3 options as in AT&T a 2-year contract, going for Verizon’s Edge program, or paying full retail. The most popular choice – a 2-year contract – will have you cough out $99/$199 for the 16GB/32GB. 12th payment approaching under Verizon’s Edge device trade-in program would instantly mean that you are getting the iPhone 5C without any front line payment, however it also means you’ll have to pay $22.91 a month, for the next twenty months, which is lower than AT&T’s charge. However, if you are more of a freelancer and you don’t like commitment you may get the device for $549.99/$649.99 for the 16GB/32G.
In Sprint things are way simpler you can get the 16GB storage option of the iPhone 5C completely free, while the 32GB option will cost you $99. If you do, however, you sign up for the next 24 months, and the cheapest data plan starts from $70.
On T-Mobile we have offers of 16GB/32GB for an initial $0/$99, respectively, but with its Simple Choice Plan – a contract-free, that doesn’t chain you to T-Mobile, but will have you pay $22/m for the 16GB version and $22.91/m for the 32GB version for the next two years.