Which U.S. iPhone carrier and plan should you get: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile?

Which U.S. iPhone carrier and plan should you get: AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, or T-Mobile?

We’ve got a wide range of options when it comes to purchasing a new iPhone in the United States. You can pick one up from your local carrier store (as the majority of customers still do) or order from your carrier online. You can get one at carrier resellers like Best Buy. Or you can get an iPhone from the welcoming embrace of your local Apple Retail Store, or from the Apple Online Store.

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Where you buy will dictate what choices are offered, including how much you’ll pay and how you’ll be able to pay. So let’s run through the options.

A few caveats:

  • These prices are always subject to change, though we’ll do our best to keep them up-to-date
  • Prices listed are only for the device itself and do not include service (though some device payment options do impact the service charges, so we’ll note that where applicable)

If you want to cut through all the muss and muck, the best deals for each carrier are at the end of their respective sections, and you’ll find the best iPhone deals regardless of carrier at the end of this guide.

  • Picking a carrier from the Apple Store
  • Buying directly from AT&T
  • Buying directly from Sprint
  • Buying directly from T-Mobile
  • Buying directly from Verizon
  • Getting the best iPhone deals

Picking a carrier from the Apple Store

Apple Store

There are only a few places you can go shopping for a new iPhone on every carrier, and the Apple Store is one of those places. It just so happens to be one of the most pleasant places to buy a new iPhone as well. And if you’re looking to participate in the Day 1 reverie of an iPhone launch, there’s no better place to do that than an Apple Store.

  • Find the nearest Apple Store

AT&T financing

When you buy an iPhone 7 or 8 from the Apple Store and choose AT&T as your carrier, you have the option of paying it off in full with a one-time payment or financing it for up to 24 months through it’s upgrade program.

Model 32GB 128GB
iPhone 7 $18.71/mo $22.88/mo
iPhone 7 Plus $23.71/mo $27.88/mo
Model 64GB 256GB
iPhone 8 $24.96/mo $31.21/mo
iPhone 8 Plus $29.13/mo $35.38/mo

The iPhone XS and XS Plus are available on AT&T through the Apple iPhone Upgrade program, by financing through AT&T’s upgrade program for up to 24 months, or by a one-time payment in full.

Apple iPhone Upgrade Program

Model 64GB 256GB 512GB
iPhone XS $49.99/mo $56.16/mo $64.50/mo
iPhone XS Max 54.08/mo $60.33/mo $68.66/mo

AT&T’s Upgrade Program

Model 64GB 256GB 512GB
iPhone XS $41.63/mo $47.88/mo $56.21/mo
iPhone XS Max $45.80/mo $52.05/mo 60.38/mo

Apple’s iPhone Upgrade program includes 2-year Apple Care+.

Sprint financing

When you buy an iPhone 7 or 8 from the Apple Store and choose Sprint as your carrier, you can either make a one-time payment in full or apply for 18-month special financing through Apple’s financial partner, Barclays. Barclays adds an APR of 15.74%, 21.74%, or 28.74% variable, based on your credit worthiness.

The iPhone XS and XS Plus are available on Sprint through the Apple iPhone Upgrade program, which you can finance for 24-months starting at $49.91 and $54.08 per month respectively. This includes the cost of 2-year Apple Care+ coverage and does not incur any additional fees.

T-Mobile financing

When you buy an iPhone 7 or 8 from the Apple Store and choose T-Mobile as your carrier, you can either make a one-time payment in full or apply for 18-month special financing through Apple’s financial partner, Barclays. Barclays adds an APR of 15.74%, 21.74%, or 28.74% variable, based on your credit worthiness.

The iPhone XS and XS Plus are available on T-Mobile through the Apple iPhone Upgrade program, which you can finance for 24-months starting at $49.91 and $54.08 per month respectively. This includes the cost of 2-year Apple Care+ coverage, and does not incur any additional fees…..Read More>>>

 

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