It appears that Apple and the iPhone are everywhere you look today. In fact, the iPhone 4 and 4S will be coming from prepaid carrier Virgin Mobile with a June 29 release date. Virgin Mobile uses the Sprint CDMA cellular network and 3G data network.
Some calculators suggest that using the Virgin Mobile iPhone could save $750 over two years. You'll pay more upfront but less per month pricing is as low $30 a month for 300 min. of voice and unlimited data/texting, $40 for 1200 min. of voice unlimited data/texting and $50 for unlimited all services. These prices include a $5 a month discount for automated payments with a credit card. Mobile hotspot is $15 more a month.
The 16GB iPhone 4S will cost $649 and the 8GB iPhone 4 model will be $549.
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The unlimited data gets throttled to lower speeds after 2.5GB gut you'll save $750 over two years over the Sprint Verizon that costs $80 per month. If Sprint launches an LTE iPhone 5 in the fall, however these iPhones will have much slower data speeds.
According to today's announcement both the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4s will be updated to iOS 6 in the fall with new features.
Although the size of the iPhone has stayed the same through it’s four-year history, its insides have changed. The iPhone 4S uses a new apps processor compared to the single-core A4 used in the previous HSPA and CDMA iPhone 4 models. See chart showing differences of all iPhone models.
Cricket Wireless also recently announced prepaid iPhone options that start a $55 for unlimited (2.3GB) data talks and text the Cricket iPhone 4S will be available for $499.99 for the 16GB model and iPhone 4 will be available for $399.99