The Best iPhone X Deals This March

When it was released in 2017, the iPhone X raised the bar high even by Apple’s standards. Nowadays it’s still a reliable mobile phone that proves it can keep up with even the newest devices already in the market. Many of the iPhone X’s features can be seen in the newer models from Apple—and that says a lot about the ingenuity of its design.

if you’re looking to get your hands on an iPhone X of your own, you may have noticed that its price hasn’t gone down by much despite the years. Even after the release of the iPhone XR, XS, and the iPhone 11, the iPhone X is still sold at a premium.

However, you won’t need to drop all of that money at once to get an iPhone X for yourself. You can either sell a laptop online for some extra cash, or you can get one of the many deals available right now to make getting the phone a little bit easier.

Here are some of the best options that you can look over, all from the top network providers in the country:

1. Verizon

Verizon is offering a monthly installment plan for the iPhone X. You’ll be able to choose between the 64GB and 256GB versions at $37.49 and $43.74 per month for 24 months. You’ll also get 50% off on the $40 activation fee if you place your order through their website.

Sadly, the total price of the iPhone X remains unchanged, but the monthly installment plan should give you some leeway for payments.

2. Sprint

Sprint offers a lease option in the form of Sprint Flex, a monthly payment plan for an iPhone X under their network. This plan runs for an 18-month duration at $37.50 per month. Once you reach the 18th month, you’ll get a number of options: 1) Return the iPhone X to Sprint and receive another model; 2) Purchase the phone, or 3) Continue using the phone as-is under the same plan.

Keep in mind that under the Sprint Flex policy, you are technically leasing the phone. Sprint still owns it; you’re simply paying a monthly fee to use it. If you choose to purchase the phone after the 18-month period, you will have to either pay for it in one lump sum or make six additional monthly payments. After completing the payment, the iPhone X will officially be yours.

3. AT&T

AT&T’s iPhone X deal is much simpler than Sprint’s. You just need to pay $30 (or $35 for the 256GB version) until you complete the entire payment, which should take 30 months.

If you’re willing to invest more into your iPhone X, you can join AT&T’s Next Up program, which will allow you to trade-in your phone once you pay 50% of its price to upgrade it to the latest version. The program will add an extra $5.00 to your monthly payment.