The devices will be available starting on November 8th, and the pricing matches that of Virgin Mobile, another prepaid carrier in the States.
Discounting all versions of the phone, the 5S will retail for 549/$649/$749 for the 16/32/64GB models, respectively. The 16GB 5C will sell for $100 off at $449, but the 32GB model will strangely retail for $649, leaving little incentive to purchase that model when you can get the better 5S for the same price.
The aging iPhone 4S will sell for $300.
Boost offers monthly unlimited everything no-contract plans for $55 that run on Sprint's 4G network.
Written by: Andre Yoskowitz @ 3 Nov 2013 16:41