Sprint is offering the iPhone X for half its price

By | March 3, 2018

Apple’s iPhone X is undoubtedly the best smartphone in the world from the giant Apple. If you are willing to switch to Sprint and want to grab the new iPhone X, Sprint is running an attractive deal for the wishers. 

Sprint has a new Sprint Flex 18-month lease program, if you sign up with this program you will have to pay $20 per month for 18 months for the base model of the iPhone X. Previous, the monthly pricing on the iPhone X’s base model was $41.67.

The company claims that this is by far the most cheapest carrier deal available for the iPhone X smartphone which carries the lowest price. However, there’s a catch here for all the consumers. After using the device and paying the money for 18 months, you don’t own the iPhone X yet. After finishing the 18 month’s lease contract, you have to decide whether you want to trade in the device or want to own it.

If you want to keep the device with you, you will be asked to pay the remaining payout of the phone which is its original base price. This is indeed a great deal for the iPhone users who switch their devices every year to a new one by making use of the trade in program.

Additionally, as per the official listing, Sprint will add a credit to your bill each month. This credit will take effect after completing two month cycles. As the company claims, this is by far the best deal available on the iPhone X, however it just a lease deal for the people who want to rent a new iPhone X at half of its original base price.

If you are going to purchase a new line by signing up with Sprint, then this is a great deal for you which will get you the brand new iPhone X with half of its price and easy monthly instalment together. What more could you ask for?

You can grab out the Sprint’s lease deal on the iPhone X from the official website of Sprint. You can even explore the same deal through other retailer such as Best Buy. You can go ahead and check out the official listing by clicking on to the mentioned links.