Virgin Mobile cuts unsubsidized iPhone 5s to $440, iPhone 5c for $360

“Virgin Mobile is knocking another 20% off their marked down iPhones yielding the lowest prices we’ve ever seen on the unsubsidized phones (that’s another 10% less than this weekend’s mention),” 9to5Mac reports.

• iPhone 5s is $439.99/519.99/599.99 for the 16/32/64GB
• iPhone 5c is $359.99/439.99 for 16/32GB
• iPhone 4 is $159.99 for 8GB

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]


  1. If you are single, there is no better plan than Virgin Mobile. They offer unlimited data/text with some abundant voice minutes for $45 and below, and this is on Sprint’s 4G network. For families, it quickly adds up and there may be better offerings, but even a couple would likely come out way ahead with Virgin.

    1. You may be splitting hairs here. For a consumer, there is no difference. You can buy a 5s from Virgin for $540 and never activate it on their network. All iPhones have a SIM slot these days, so you could use that $540 phone on AT&T of T-Mobile.

  2. Is the Virgin iPhone a CDMA/GSM phone just like Verizon? I just bought a Verizon iPhone 5S and opened an ATT account and I get LTE service as I expected. Surprised the ATT guy. But I paid full price from Apple. I have 14 days to return it to Apple and get a Virgin iPhone instead. Will that be a good or bad move?

  3. I bought my wife an iPhone 5 on VirginMobile. The LTE performance where Sprint has LTE is very very good. The 3g performance was not, like on the 4s I bought her before for VM.

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