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Sprint posts iPhone 4S page, takes iPhone 4 preorders

updated 10:25 pm EDT, Wed October 5, 2011

Sprint iPhone page goes live

(Update: iPhone 4 8GB preorders live) Sprint in a low-key move published its product page for the iPhone 4S. The page currently focuses on summarizing features and teases the pre-order campaign starting Friday. It also emphasized its advantage in having true unlimited data on the device.

"Our Everything Data plans give you unlimited data, messages and calls to or from any US mobile phone nationwide while on the Sprint Network," it said.

Still absent are finer pricing details, such as whether customers would pay $70 per month or add an extra $10 like most other smartphones on its network. Only the Samsung Replenish is currently exempt from the higher rates. Hotspot support is already known to cost the same $30 per month and has been capped to 5GB per month with per-megabyte overages.

The company is also taking preorders for the 8GB iPhone 4. As elsewhere, it costs $99 on contract.



By Electronista Staff
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  1. mkral

    Mac Enthusiast

    Joined: Nov 2000

    +3

    iPhone 4

    Actually if you click the 'Order now' button the the bottom of the sprint page, ti takes you to an order page for the iPhone 4, so it does look like they will be selling it.

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  1. facebook_Justin

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    Joined: Oct 2011

    -16

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    It's about time, the fucktards are lucky enough to get the thing yet they take forever to even mention it? Were already beginning to see what is going to happen to this company (Apple) now that Steve is gone, they've already started putting iPhone on piece of s*** networks like Sprint which is no doubt the worst network in America. Apple, if Steve was still in charge he would NEVER allow you to put a high quality smartphone like the iPhone 4S on a piece of s*** network like Sprint.

  1. Salty

    Professional Poster

    Joined: Jul 2005

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    Pretty Sure

    Pretty sure Tim having known and been close to Steve knows better what Steve wanted than you do. The deal was also in the works while he was Chairman of the board and could have easily convinced the board to veto it if he didn't want it.

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