paying nothing for the smaller iPhone 8 variant after monthly installments and bill credits.These two-year-olds are obviously still too young and compelling to go down to $0, so Verizon's reduced prices of $120 and $240 might be the lowest you'll get this holiday season. Unless you're considering activating a new line on AT&T, in which case you can actually end up
Pretty much the same general terms and conditions apply to Verizon's latest promotions, requiring you to add a line to an existing account online only and accept your savings in the form of monthly bill credits. Naturally, you don't have to trade anything in or jump through any other hoops to pay as little as $5 a month for the 4.7-inch iPhone 8 or $10 a month for the 5.5-inch iPhone 8 Plus with two-year installment plans.
That amounts to overall price cuts of $330 and $310 respectively, and even though you can also save a little money by opting for 128 or 256GB storage variants, it's probably best to go with an entry-level 64 gig configuration. A 256GB iPhone 8, for instance, will set you back a grand total of $360 after 24 monthly payments of $15 each, which represents only 240 bucks off the regular price of that particular model.
Speaking of models, you might be happy to hear both the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus are available at the time of this writing in silver, gold, and space gray paints jobs across the board, with snazzy red flavors the only ones currently listed as out of stock. Have at them, bargain hunters!