Apple Stores may soon support financing options for customers who wish to buy an iPhone and use it with wireless carrier Sprint. A new report states that support for Sprint's new iPhone for Life leasing and Easy Pay financing plans could roll out to select Apple Stores as early as today.
9to5Mac reports that Apple has begun training retail staff on Sprint's various plans. The various Sprint financing and leasing plans would be good for the iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus.
The move would follow Apple's current support of financing options for Sprint rivals AT&T, Verizon, and T-Mobile. Apple's financing and leasing offers still vary between its online store and its physical retail stores. Apple currently only supports AT&T Next online and in its stores, while Verizon Edge and T-Mobile Jump are limited to Apple retail stores at this time.
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