Cricket Wireless, AT&T's prepaid subsidiary, has announced that, like its parent company, it is now selling the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. The carrier is only selling Apple's new phones in 16GB and 64GB configurations, and in three out of the four available colors: Space Gray, Gold, and Rose Gold.
Additionally, the new iPhones are only available from Cricket at their full retail prices. This means to purchase a 16GB iPhone 6s from Cricket, you'll need to pony up $649 up front, while 64GB will run you $749. A 16GB 6s Plus will also cost $749, while the 64GB model costs $849.
You'll find the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus in Cricket's online store, as well as select retail locations.
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