The iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c will soon be available on Boost Mobile, according to two promotional posters that have been leaked today. Both devices will be supported by Boost’s Shrinking Payments plans, but their official release dates and price tags are yet to be confirmed.
The posters were published by @Evleaks, a very reliable source that frequently leaks details and images of upcoming smartphones ahead of their official unveilings. He doesn’t provide any additional information alongside them — so the details are still a mystery at this point — but this is at least proof that both devices are heading to Boost Mobile.
Virgin Mobile has already announced that it will be offering Apple’s new iPhones on October 1, but at the moment, it’s the only prepaid carrier to do so. Boost could be the second, then, providing it doesn’t keep us waiting too long.
Given that Boost is a prepaid carrier, we can assume both the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c will cost you the same as what you’d expect to pay Apple for unlocked versions, so that’s $649 and $549 respectively for the entry-level 16GB models.Plans are likely to start at around $50 per month, but of course, that price drops by $5 every six months until it reaches just $35.