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AT&T to introduce iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus into prepaid service eligibility

By Jules Wang January 19, 2018, 9:24 pm

AT&T Prepaid currently only has a lineup of nine phones that can be used with its service packages. Two of them, the iPhone 6 and iPhone SE, while heavily discounted, require an immediate payment on a plan costing either $45 or $60 monthly.

There’s word now from 9to5Mac that the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus will join the roster. The 32GB devices will come in at $299.99 and $399.99, respectively, and will require an upfront plan payment of at least $45.

The standard price for both phones, offered by Apple, T-Mobile and Virgin Mobile, is $449 and $549. MetroPCS only has the 32GB iPhone 6s at $399.

AT&T offers unlimited text, talk and low-speed data on both applicable plan tiers with 6GB of high-speed data at the $45 level and unlimited data (with throttling after 22GB) at $60.

It is unknown when the devices will be available for purchase, but it should be offered at some point soon.

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