a less-known American MVNO (Mobile Virtual Network Operator), today unveiled an
interesting offer for future iPhone X owners. To celebrate the launch of what
US Mobile calls "Super LTE," the company will offer $200 back to
iPhone X users who bring their device to the network, no trade in required.
You won't get that in cash, but in bill credit, which still means you'll be
According to US Mobile, Super LTE is based on "America's
biggest LTE network." The company doesn't mention exactly what network that
is, but it's likely Verizon. The MVNO is offering unlimited data starting at
$35 per month, though this particular price won't get you unlimited talk and
texts. You can also choose a custom monthly plan, with prices starting at $2.50
for 40 minutes of talk, $1.50 for 40 texts, and $2 for 100 MB. More details
about these unlimited and customized plans can be found in the tables below, as
well as at US Mobile - check out the second source link.
iPhone X pre-orders have been open since last week,
with the handset being officially released in the US (and other markets) on Friday,
November 3. As a reminder, this is Apple's most expensive phone yet, being sold
for $999.99 (64 GB) and $1,149 (256 GB). Would you bring your iPhone X to US Mobile to save $200?
sources: Press Release, US Mobile