updated - August 3, 2020 Monday EDT
Head straight to Wal-Mart Friday, and buy your Apple iPhone 5S, and 5C smartphone from Straight Talk Wireless, and NET10 Wireless.
Consumers will be able to buy the devices, and not have to sign a contract for the monthly plans, which the phone carriers are offering unlimited talk, text, and data on a press release reported.
"With the holidays fast approaching, we are very excited to offer some of the hottest smartphone gifts of the year on one of the most affordable no-contract plans in the country," F.J. Pollak, CEO and President at TracFone Wireless, Inc. said in a statement. "Our growing lineup of premium smartphones with the addition of iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c reflects our dedication to providing consumers with affordable plans on the top phones on the nation's fastest and most reliable 4G LTE networks."
The iPhone 5s will be in retail locations and also on the internet in space gray, silver, and gold. A 16 gigabyte model costs $649.
The iPhone 5c will only be available on the internet in white, blue green, pink, and yellow. The 16 gigabyte version is $100 less than its counterpart at $549.
Customers can pick up a black or white version of Apple's iPhone 4S in retail locations, and on the internet.
The Straight Talk Wireless four week plan with no contract required includes unlimited nationwide, talk, text, and data for $45.
Consumers can include endless international calls to over 1,000 places such as Mexico, Canada, and India.
Net10 has wireless no-contract friends and family plans. These begin at $50 with the first number. Each additional one costs $40.
All numbers do not require a contract for the 30 day plan which include unlimited nationwide talk, text, and data usage.
Apple predicts it will sell 33 million to 36 million new iPhones during the fourth fiscal quarter also known as the holiday quarter in a projection that could top 50 million.
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