Walmart drops iPhone 5s to $99, iPhone 5c to $29

Walmart brings steep discounts to iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models in stores

Looking to score a deal on Apple's latest smartphones? Well, if you're in the market for an iPhone 5s or iPhone 5c, you should wait until tomorrow, June 27, as that's when Walmart will be offering substantial discounts on both models provided you ink a two-year service agreement with your favorite carrier.

The iPhone 5s will be dropping to $99 for the 16 GB model while the iPhone 5c will start at just $29.

Engadget, which received word from a Walmart spokesperson, says that the deal is permanent and will be valid for in-store purchases only starting at 9 AM when Walmart stores open.

While these are great deals for some of the best smartphones on the market today, Apple is anticipated to introduce updated iPhone hardware this fall. If you're in need of a smartphone today, then these models are quite to bargain but if you can afford to wait, you may want to hold off making purchase decisions for at least a few more months.

Will you be hopping on these iPhone deals? Let us know.

Source: Engadget

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Walmart drops iPhone 5s to $99, iPhone 5c to $29


This isn't the first time Walmart has has the 5c for $29, I bought my sister one in March for this price. She wanted the pink, but all the Walmarts in my area inky caries the blue and white (so keep that in mind if that is in other walmart stores) but $29 for a new smartphone, I believe you could easily change your color choice!!

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I really hate that big box stores do this. All they do is set incorrect expectations that core stores and dealers have to fix. We don't work for free you know!!

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You don't have to fix anything. If you can't price match because "you don't work for free" then don't, just don't expect them to come to your stores. Not to mention these are prices they should be and not the prices carriers and other resellers sell them at.

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