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Buying the new iPhone 7 seems to cost as much, if not more, than buying a computer! Although some may argue that their smartphone has replaced their computer! The retail price of the iPhone 7 ranges from $649 to $969.99 depending on gigabytes. If your wallet can't fork out that much cash, some stores and networks allow you to buy now and make payments over time on the new iPhone 7.
Best Buy – Current offers on the iPhone 7 depend on your carrier:
- AT&T: $21.67/month for 30 months
- Sprint: $5/month for $18 month with Loyalty Lease legacy plan
- Verizon: $27.04/month for 24 months + Free $100 Best Buy card with purchase
Overstock – They sell unlocked iPhone 7 phones so they can be used with any carrier. Use PayPal Credit (formerly BillMeLater) at checkout to make monthly payments. No Payments + No Interest if paid in full in 6 or 9 months. No Interest if paid in full in 6, 12 or 18 months (minimum monthly payments required).
Rakuten – They also sell unlocked phones and accept PayPal Credit (see above).
HSN – Make 5 FlexPay payments of use your HSN credit card for 9-month VIP financing plus get free shipping on this unlocked 64 GB phone (unlocked means that you can use with any carrier and no contract is required).
Verizon – If you are a new customer (you can transfer from AT&T or another carrier) or already a Verizon customer and eligible for an upgrade, you can buy the iPhone 6 for $199.99 with a 2 Year Agreement (and if you have a trade-in, you can trade that in for $200 credit making your iPhone 6 free!) or you can enroll in Verizon EDGE for only $32.99 per month (that is the full device cost split into 20 monthly payments so you are basically making payments towards your phone).
Unlimited Cellular – They don't actually carry cellphones, but they carry iPhone 6 accessories and more with a buy now, pay later option – no credit card required!
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