The iPhone 7 is priced at $649 for the 32GB iPhone 7 version in the USA and the most expensive one costs $969 for the 256GB iPhone 7 Plus. A news report surfaced recently showing users how to save up to $1,700 on an iPhone 7 purchase. We decided to share it with our readers so that they could make informed choices while deciding to make a purchase.
A simple calculator which factors in the cash paid to carrier for a period of two years helps buyers save plenty of money. One needs to go to the site wallethub.com which according to your inputs helps provide spending figures.
For those who don’t purchase iPhone because it’s too damn expensive, then WalletHub’s calculator can help them figure out how to save a lot of money on the purchase.
The calculator factors in various information, including device cost, carrier preference, and individual/family plans.
As reported by BGR, WalletHub found one of Sprint’s individual plans to be the best options for consumers. Buyers would pay $1,757 on an iPhone 7 purchased with installment plan with 3GB of monthly data for two years.
T-Mobile came on top of family plans, BGR report said. Customers buying the iPhone 7 from the carrier with an installment plan would pay $3,828 over two years, getting 12GB of monthly data and four lines. The catch here is that you have to buy the phone from the carrier. Order the iPhone 7 from Apple, and the cheapest family plan is Sprint’s, which will cost $4,050. The website comes a s a boon for those who thought they could not afford to buy an iPhone up front.
The website can be used to assess the cost for smartphones apart from the iPhone as well. Users can find out the details of Samsung, Sony, HTC etc smartphone purchase also. Click this link to find out.