The prices of the iPhone XS
and XS Max
that Apple launches today are pretty high already - $999 and $1099 for the basic models, respectively - but they can be somewhat mitigated with the right carrier plan, it turns out.
Research firm WalletHub that already surveyed potential iPhone buyer to find that a lot are willing to go into debt
to obtain them, has now calculated exactly how much you will outlay for the new iPhones on different carrier plans.
As you can see from the findings below, the lowest form of an iPhone XS
with 64GB storage on board will be cheapest with an AT&T individual data plan over the usual course of a two-year installment plan. T-Mobile's plans take the cake among those who uphold family values, while Walmart Family, which is owned by TracFone, is the best choice for a no-contract service if you buy the phone outright.