Lease the Apple iPhone 8 for $8 a month from Sprint; deal is available for ten days only

Lease the Apple iPhone 8 for $8 a month from Sprint; deal is available for ten days only
Sprint is really trying all kinds of leasing deals to attract new subscribers. Last week, we told you that the nation's fourth largest carrier will lease you the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ for $9 a month and $14 a month, respectively. Today, Sprint announced that for the next 10 days, it will lease the Apple iPhone 8 for just $8 a month with its Flex lease offering. The deal will be available starting tomorrow, July 31st, and ends on August 9th. New customers can take advantage of this deal, and existing customers will have to add a new line to become eligible.

Normally leased at a price of $29.17 a month, Sprint will issue a bill credit of $21.17 with each invoice (after a 2-3 invoice delay) that reduces the cost of your iPhone 8 lease. After 12 months, you can exchange the phone for a lease on the new model that will be unveiled this September. After 18-months, you can simply walk away from the lease and return the phone, or you can pay off the balance for $29.17 a month over six months and own it outright.

If you haven't tried Sprint's wireless service lately, the carrier says that it has been upgrading cell sites to its tri-band service that employs the 800MHz, 1.9GHz and 2.5GHz bands. Sprint also notes that it plans on launching 5G mobile service in the first half of 2019.

If leasing the iPhone 8 for $8 a month sounds enticing to you (make sure you do buy a case; it's a lease after all), click on the sourcelink below starting tomorrow. The deal is not being offered in Sprint's physical stores.

source: Sprint

Related phones

iPhone 8
  • Display 4.7 inches
    1334 x 750 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP (Single camera)
    7 MP front
  • Hardware Apple A11 Bionic, 2GB RAM
  • Storage 256GB, not expandable
  • Battery 1821 mAh
  • OS iOS 13.x



1. sgodsell

Posts: 7659; Member since: Mar 16, 2013

$8 a month to lease an iPhone 8. What a joke.

2. Finalflash

Posts: 4063; Member since: Jul 23, 2013

It's not inherently a bad deal. Over 18 months it it should cost about $144 dollars which is perfectly reasonable for a phone designed 4 years ago. The only issue is that if you drop it, you are likely very screwed.

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