AT&T on Thursday announced pricing for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c and iPhone 4s with its Next early-upgrade plans. Those interested in a new iPhone can either choose to buy the device on a two-year contract or with AT&T’s Next early-upgrade plans, which ultimately cost more but allow you to upgrade more frequently.
The 16GB iPhone 5s costs $199 with a new two-year contract, for example, you could opt in to pay $27 per month for the phone with AT&T Next. Which means, the 32GB model costs $299 with a two-year contract, or $32 per month, while the 64GB model costs $399 with a two-year contract, or $37 per month.
Pricing for the iPhone 5c was revealed as well. The 16GB model costs $99 with a new two-year contract while the 32GB option is available for $199. With Next, you can buy the 16GB for $22 per month or 32GB model for $27 per month. The 8GB iPhone 4s is available for 99 cents with a new two-year contract or for $17 per month.
AT&T, like other carriers, will begin accepting pre-orders for the iPhone 5c at 12:01 PST on September 13 (within the next hour). There’s no word on pre-orders for the iPhone 5S.