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- Jul 27, 2011
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It looks like Verizon isn't the only one getting in on the iPhone 6 excitement. Sprint just detailed their new plan designed to entice users who want the new flagship from Apple. It's called the "iPhone for life" plan and it is very aggressively priced. This new concept is made clear in the screen grab above, although you may want to hit up the source link below for all of the details.
It's a pretty aggressive offer that amounts to a lease program that lets you get a new iPhone every two years. Sprint claims you will save $575 during that two-year contract compared to other options. Twenty dollars of your monthly pays for the phone, while the remaining $50 is for your unlimited talk, text and data plan.
Not too shabby marketing gimmick Sprint!