For the longest time, if you wanted the prestige of owning an iPhone, but couldn’t afford the strikingly high cost to get your voice, text and data service with it, you could go to Virgin Mobile, Boost Mobile, or Cricket Wireless, just to name a few prepaid carriers. Sure, there was just a bit of upfront cost, but the plans were more tenable on your pocket.

Well, it’s 2016 and the fastest growing prepaid brand in the US has finally taken in the iPhone.

T-Mobile has announced that its subsidiary MetroPCS will start selling four iPhone variants tomorrow at select Florida locations only. The iPhone SE will start at $349, the iPhone 6s at $649, the iPhone 6s Plus at $749 and the iPhone 5s begins at $199.

National availability will come soon.

Source: T-Mobile, MetroPCS
Via: Phone Scoop


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