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According to Sprint’s website, the carrier will be offering $100 discounts on the new iPhones to customers who port their number over to Sprint from another carrier. With this promotion, the iPhone 5c will cost $0 for a 16GB model and $99 for a 32GB model. The iPhone 5s will come out to $99 for 16GB, $199 for 32GB, and $299 for 64GB. The iPhone 4s, like the 16GB iPhone 5c, will be free of charge.

Of course, this promotion means you have to sign a contract with Sprint. On September 20th (which is the day that the new iPhones launch), Sprint will rollout a “One Up” yearly upgrade program that allows users to pay the unsubsidized cost of a phone on a monthly basis. The $100 off promotion for the iPhones is a limited time offer. Last week, Sprint announced a similar program for the Moto XThanks, Alex!

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4 Responses to “Sprint slashing iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c prices by extra $100 for new customers”

  1. It’s nice to see the flexibility (or desperation) by the various carriers. It might be good for resale, except for one important note by BGR:


  2. John Kong says:

    Still wont work, had Sprint when the 5 came out, service was so awful I promptly returned it and waited another month for Verizon.
    Unlimited data is useless if you cant get reception for data anywhere.


  3. Tim Richards says:

    It’s crap that people who have suffered with sprint already will not get these prices


    • yeah I remember that’s how it used to be when I first started owning a cell phone. back in the day you couldn’t get a new phone as an existing customer neither. it caused a high rate of churn for cell phone companies.