Apple’s upcoming iPhone X will not come cheap, and as far as iPhone models are concerned, the iPhone X is the most expensive base iPhone model to date which starts at $999. So the question is, at those prices, who can afford such a device, or better yet, who would be willing to pay so much for it?


With many analysts predicting that the iPhone X will spur a new super cycle for Apple, it means that Apple certainly needs to move as many units as possible if they’re hoping to hit that goal, and the good news is that US carriers are helping to make that happen by announcing various discounts and deals for the phone.

For example Sprint has recently announced a deal that essentially offers customers savings of $350 on the iPhone X through the Sprint Flex hardware leasing program, although they will be required to trade-in a phone to be eligible for the deal. Verizon will also be offering customers up to $300 off the iPhone X also with a trade-in and will be limited to their Go Unlimited and Beyond Unlimited and new customers.

As for T-Mobile, they will be offering customers up to $300 off the iPhone X when purchased through the carrier’s monthly installment program, with the money actually being paid to customers upfront. So if you’re looking to get the iPhone X but don’t want to spend too much money on it, maybe these carrier plans could help you save a bit.

Filed in Apple >Cellphones. Read more about iPhone X, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon.

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