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iPhone 7 Pre-Order On Sprint – Availibility And Updates


The phone has arrived of what you have been waiting for, the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus are available now for the pre-orders. iPhone 7 pre-order on Sprint is the best option for you.

iPhone 7 Pre-Order On Sprint

iPhone 7 Pre-Order On Sprint

Sprint is among the top carriers in the USA. They are providing some great deals on pre-orders of iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. In reply to AT&T’s Next, T-Mobile’s Jump! On Demand and Verizon Wireless’s Edge, Sprint has come up with his service of purchasing, upgrading, and pre-ordering of the iPhone 7. Sprint gives you the service of ‘Iphone Forever’. Pre-order has been already started from today, 9th September.

Sprint Deals

Sprint gives you the best deal for the purchase of iPhone 7 as claimed by them, through iPhone Forever Plan, This Plan offers you installments as low as $1. But you should need an iPhone 6s to trade in. On the condition that you must have your iPhone 6s without any contract because they allow you to upgrade iPhone only after two years.

The store will be selling both iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus at the full retail price starting from $649 for the simple iPhone 7 and $769 for the iPhone 7 Plus. You can also purchase directly from stores through payment method. The iPhone 7 in $27.08 per month over 24 months and iPhone 7 Plus for $32.08 per month over 24 months.


How to pre-order iPhone 7 on Sprint

The pre-orders have begun. The procedure to pre-order on Sprint is as simple as on other carriers. There are three ways through which you can pre-order iPhone 7.

Screenshot of Sprint website

Screenshot of Sprint website.

You can select your favorite color among gold rose, gold, silver, black and jet black colors. The available storage on iPhone 7 is 32 GB, 128 GB, and 256 GB. The jet black color is only available in 128 GB and 256 GB.


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