Get A Prepaid iPhone For $70 per Month From Walmart And Straight Talk Starting January 11th


iPhone Prepaid at Walmart

Retail giant Walmart announced today that it will be offering a prepaid iPhone in its stores starting January 11th. The iPhone will run on a $45 to $60 per month no contract, unlimited talk, text and data plan from the Straight Talk reseller, exclusively through Walmart.

Walmart is also offering a no interest fixed-monthly payment financing plan for the iPhone, if purchased with the Walmart credit card. Yes, you will be able to finance an iPhone 5 with unlimited talk, text, and data through Walmart (assuming approved credit) and Straight Talk ( a TracFone brand) for a whopping $70 a month. No word on how much you’ll actually be paying for the device after the financing has completed, though. This is a zero percent financing deal, so the $25 will never go up, and will end once the full cost of the iPhone is paid off.

With or without the monthly financing deal, the 16GB iPhone 5 will run you $649, with an 8GB iPhone 4 coming in at $449. A no contract service plan like Straight Talk’s can help save you a lot of money per year when compared with a contract plan like one through AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. Straight Talk isn’t the first company to offer such a service for Apple’s iPhone, with Leap Wireless and Cricket doing the same this past year.

Pricing for the Straight Talk no-contract plans include:
* $45 – No Contract Monthly Plan with Unlimited Nationwide Talk, Text, and
* $60 – No Contract Monthly Plan with Unlimited Nationwide Talk, Text, and Data
PLUS Unlimited International Calling to more than 1,000 destinations in Mexico,
Canada, India, and in other countries.

Source: Walmart Press Release
Via: The Verge


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