Here is Where to Pre-Order your iPhone SE
A couple of months ago we get done with pre-orders of latest flagship iPhone 6s. Now there is another exciting offer by Apple, iPhone SE, which launched just two days ago. The device resembles to iPhone 5s and it is up for pre-orders now. However the smartphone look identical to iPhone 5s but it borrowed specifications from iPhone 6s.
Here is how you can get the smartphone in your hands, online pre-orders started on Tuesday evening and Wednesday Morning depends on in which country you live in. The best website to place your pre-order for iPhone SE is Apple.com; another option is to order your device from Apple Store. The company recommends the app for a smooth preordering experience. The app works better and it is just awesome to use that app. Apart from that you can pre-order iPhone SE through AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint, and Verizon.
Pre-orders of iPhone SE has been started on Apple, The 16GB iPhone SE is available for $399 and the 64GB model will cost you $499. Similar to iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus the iPhone SE is available through upgrade program as well. It means you can buy an unlocked iPhone SE for a low monthly payment if you trade in your current phone. Obviously basic payment differs with models you are trading and storage options. For instance if you want to upgrade from an iPhone 4 or 4s, you need to pay $14 a month for a 16GB iPhone SE, the payment will continue to 24 months.
AT&T doesn’t provide mobile via contracts so you can get your mobile via AT&T Next installment plans. Give $15 activation fee, and upgrade to an iPhone SE for no money down by choosing an AT&T Next 12, 18, or 24 plan (which means you can upgrade to another new phone after 12, 18, or 24 payments). AT&T Next 12 requires 20 payments of $19.94, Next 18 is 24 payments of $16.63, and Next 24 is 30 payments of $13.30. These payment plans are for the 16GB model of the iPhone SE.
John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile tweeted that the self-proclaimed “uncarrier” will open up preorders for the iPhone SE on Thursday morning at 5:00 a.m. Pacific/8:00 a.m. Eastern. There are no pricing details available yet and the firm hasn’t utter any word against iPhone trade-in deals.
Sprint pre-order will start at midnight yesterday for West Coasters on 3 a.m. for East Coast people. The 16GB iPhone SE is free with a 2 year contract, if you want to buy SIM free device it will cost you $400. If you want to choose an installment plan the smartphone will cost you $0 up front and $16.67 a month for 24 months.
Verizon pre-orders started at the same time when Apple started on 12:01 a.m. Pacific/3:01 a.m. Eastern on Wednesday night/Thursday morning. You can get the device for $0 down and also $16.66 for 16GB model and $20.83 for 64GB model a month for 24 months, the offer is valid for qualified customers.