Have you ever wanted the new Apple iPhone EVERY TIME the latest version is announced? Now Apple has your back! Originally, the smartphone payment programs began with carriers like T-Mobile and Verizon, but now Apple is getting in on the action and lacing you with the latest iPhones for life for a small monthly fee.
Exclusively at Apple’s retail stores in the US, customers can choose their carrier and get an unlocked iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus with the opportunity to get a new iPhone annually and AppleCare+ on the new iPhone Upgrade Program with monthly payments starting at $32 and $37.
If you’ve ever priced AppleCare+ on your own then you’re probably aware of the $129 price tag for the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus (current iPhone 6 & earlier models it’ll cost you $99). Now I’m not the greatest mathematician, but paying $32 a month for the latest iPhone WITH AppleCare+ coverage is a GREAT DEAL! Ultimately, instead of paying $199 and being locked into a 2-year carrier contract that $32 bucks will turn into $384 over twelve months (remember that $199 AppleCare+ inclusion) which means you’re actually only paying $185 for a phone and depending on your carrier plan, you could be saving big bucks.
Personally, I’m strongly considering the plan since I typically upgrade every other year. With the new Apple iPhone upgrade program I could potentially upgrade annually without costing me a fortune. For more information on the Apple iPhone Upgrade program, visit Apple.com.
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