Getting your hands on a new Apple iPhone 11 doesn't have to mean emptying out your wallet. Sprint has a deal where you can snag the device for just $15 per month when you sign up for an 18-month Flex Lease and add a new line of service! That's nearly 50% off what the device costs monthly otherwise, and it's also one of the most affordable ways to score an iPhone 11 we've ever seen. Various colors of the device are eligible for this deal, too.
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Sprint is offering the Apple iPhone 11 for just $15 monthly with an 18-month Flex Lease when you add a new line of service. That saves you nearly 50% off its usual cost otherwise.
Sprint's Flex Leases are the best way to purchase an otherwise expensive device like the new iPhone 11; that's true even without today's deal. You'll only pay a small fee each month to use it and once 18 months has passed, you'll be offered the chance to return the device and switch to a new one or pay off the remainder of its balance to keep it. Sprint also now offers iPhone Forever when you lease this device, which states that once 12 months has passed, you can swap it for the latest iPhone. That makes it easy and more affordable to make sure you always have the newest model in your hands.
This deal also requires approved credit, and if you cancel your service early, you'll owe the remaining balance on the device. You should see a credit on your bill each month to bring the cost of the device down to $15 monthly, though it can take up to two months to take effect.
We gave the iPhone 11 4.5 stars and a The Best badge. Rene Ritchie said "...with the added ultra wide camera and Night Mode, improved selfies, industry-leading A13 Bionic chipset, Gigabit LTE and Wi-Fi 6, and iOS 13 operating system... iPhone 11 is the most compelling iPhone Apple has ever made." Here's everything you need to know about Apple's new smartphones. Once you've decided to make the purchase, be sure to check out this guide to the best iPhone 11 cases so you can have it protected as soon as your new device arrives.