iPhone 7 Latest News & Update: Carrier Trade-In Offers Detailed; Which is the Most Practical?
The iPhone 7 has certainly made the world utterly excited with so much promise to live up to. As many may know, acquiring the newest piece of technology that Apple released does not come as easy and affordably; in which some companies may capitalize on.
During the IFA 2016 event which was held in Berlin, followers of Apple were happy to announce and launch the iPhone 7 alongside the iPhone 7 Plus, then attracting the interest of international carriers handsomely. Some of these include Sprint, Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T, some of the most prominent names in the electronic world.
According to Mobile and Apps, most of these companies presented their trade-in bargains for the iPhone 7, specifically the 32 GB version. Verizon, for one, offers a trade in for the 32 GB variant of the device, upon accepting Verizon's installment payment offers.
T-Mobile is another carrier for the iPhone 7, which is considered similar to the other carriers in terms of offers. A $650 credit is given for the 32 GB version, with the monthly bills disseminated within 2 years-but if the user wants an expanded memory, an additional payment can be made to suffice.
Sprint allows more flexibility in the said playing field of the iPhone 7, as they permit customers to give devices like Samsung, simply not just the iPhone 6 or the iPhone 6s. The two-year stipulation can be aligned with the rest.
The AT&T carrier has a customized iPhone 7 plan, as Android Origin reports. Acquiring the device will require the buyer to sign up for the company's Next program that runs on a $50 monthly term. A trade in of an old iPhone that is in good condition is a requirement, but might cause problems in future trade ins since the program lasts for two years-even when the iPhone 7 is about to phase out.
Purchasers can choose whichever plan they prefer for the iPhone 7 as convenient. Which among the aforementioned is the most practical?