Not feeling Apple's suggested pricing for its latest iPhones? If you can stomach a trip to Walmart, you'll be able to score the 5C for $79 (-$20 SRP) and the 5S for $189 (-$10 SRP). This pricing is of course made possible thanks to contracts; going with either Verizon, AT&T or Sprint, you'll be locked-in for 2 years. Already in a contract? You might be eligible for the same pricing to upgrade.
If you're wanting to avoid contracts and don't mind going with an older model, Walmart will also soon be slashing the pricing of the iPhone 4S and 5 (non-C, non-S) by $100, putting them at $349 (we'd assume this is the 8GB model) and $549 (16GB model), respectively. This deal will be made exclusively available through the company's Straight Talk service.
While Walmart is selling Apple's latest phones a bit cheaper than anywhere else we've seen, pre-order dates remain in effect: September 13th. If all goes according to plan, the phones will ship out on the 20th.
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