I am looking to to get a new device well the iPhone6 to be specific, I am eligible to upgrade with EasyPay but I was wondering if I would be able to or can just choose to lease my phone with the iPhone for Life Plan?
Without knowing details about your account and specific details about your upgrade eligibility, I cannot answer for sure. Having said that, if you are eligible for an upgrade, you should be able to buy the new iPhone 6 through easy pay or iPhone for life.
You can find information on this here,
What is the monthly cost for the base model iPhone 6 Plus under the different plan options ( for-life, easy-pay, contract )? The chart you linked to says the monthly cost is $20 per month under "iPhone for Life".. is this the 16GB iPhone 6 cost? I thought i saw somewhere that it would be $25 for the iPhone 6 Plus but i cant seem to find that now. thanks!
thank you for that info.. very helpful. You listed the price breakdown for "For-Life" and the standard 2 year contract.. what about Easy Pay? My understanding is that i would pay the sales tax on the full price of the phone upfront ( unsubsidized price ), and then monthly installments, plus the cost of the plan per line ( $50 ).. im not sure if ive got that right. thanks so much for your help!
I would like to go with the easypay option for the iPhone 6 64GB, but I will be the only person in my family (4 lines) upgrading to the iPhone 6. Will the $50 plan still apply to me? Will it just replace my existing plan without affecting the other 3 lines? Or will I have to leave their plan and be on my own?
My situation is similar to nrodrigues91 above. What are the advantages of keeping the Family Plan with a iPhone 6 versus switching to the new plan? If I move all phones on my current Family Plan to the iPhone 6 can I still keep a Family Plan or is it more advantageous and less costly to move them to the new plan..what would be the cost?
you mentioned a plan with a 2 year contract on the iphone 6 for 199.00 up front. I don't see this option anywhere on the sprint webpage. Could you elaborate and explain this more.