Walmart has a special deal on the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus for Straight Talk

Walmart has a special deal on the Apple iPhone 6 and Apple iPhone 6 Plus for Straight Talk
If 3D Touch or Live Pictures aren't so important to you, and you don't care about having the latest hardware, you can save some money by purchasing the Apple iPhone 6 or Apple iPhone 6 Plus from Walmart. With Rollback pricing, save $150 or 27% on the 16GB Apple iPhone 6. Normally $549, you can pick up the phone for $399 for use on the Straight Talk pre-paid network.

If you want a bigger handset, the 16GB Apple iPhone 6 Plus is now $499 from Straight Talk, a $150 price drop from the usual $649 price. That is a 23% price break.

Straight Talk has an unlimited talk, text and data plan starting at $45 a month. The first 5GB of data is at 4G LTE speed followed by 2G service for the remainder of the month. For $55 a month, you get unlimited talk, text and data with the first 10GB of data zipping around at 4G LTE speed. Once again, consume all of the high-speed data and you will be browsing at 2G until the start of next month.

If you're interested, click on the sourcelink below.


source:  StraightTalk, Walmart

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