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Updated 20% to 40% Off iPhones at Virgin Mobile - iPhone 4s $200, 5c $315, 5s $405

Virgin Mobile has last year's iPhones on sale at 20% to 40% off their original prices. The 32 GB and 64 GB models have sold out and are presumably gone forever.. Here's what's left:
I think the iPhone price cuts are likely permanent and not really a surprise as Apple cut the list price of the 5c and 5s by $100 when the iPhone 6 was launched earlier this month. Virgin Mobile hasn't announced the iPhone 6 yet but I'm confident that they will eventually offer it, probably for $549.99.

Updated 10/3/14 with current prices and availability.

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  1. Please don't get mad at me for asking, but are the 5s gsm unlocked like Verizon's?

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    1. No, the Sprint iPhones are SIM-locked. Virgin does not unlock the slot, even for overseas travel.

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  2. Dennis I was wondering if you knew anything about AT&T s $45 contract free plan? I've gotten paper postcards in the mail promoting it but its nor listed in the gophone plans? thanks doe any info.

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    1. It is postpaid. No phone subsidy. Add high taxes and fees. Only 300mb/month.

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  3. I would be excited about this but it is Virgin Mobile and the coverage is simply pathetic. Same goes for Boost.

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  4. Beats T mobile, the self proclaimed non network, by a mile...or hundreds of miles, though.

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  5. Just wanted to PPPN readers that VM is very unfriendly to anyone porting out.

    After using them for close to 10 years, I am NEVER going back, no matter the deal.

    I have a relative and a friend right now, trying to port out their numbers from VM to another MVNO, and they are playing games and not abiding by the FCC LNP regulation.

    If you do a search for 'virgin mobile port account number' and 'unable to port out virgin mobile' you will see what I mean.

    They have a VM account number for you that they do not publish, and then you have to call them to get it, so you can provide it to port out, and then they transfer you to their 'saves department' (retention) so they can try and talk you into staying.

    We've filed complaints to the FCC and consulting regarding class action status.

    Just wanted to inform you in case you have a phone number that you must not lose, or want to be stuck with VM.

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    1. That's too bad. I ported out my Virgin Mobile phone (to Ting), about a month ago. Had zero problems and the port took about an hour. I did have to call in to request my account number as you mentioned, but they had no problem giving it to me.

      My brother also ported out from VM to T-Mobile, he had no problems either.

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    2. Yeah me either, I ported out to T-Mobile and they didnt give me a hard time. Actually I'm thinking of going back because T-Mobile's coverage suck big time.

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    3. Lot's of operators make you call them to get your account number including Boost, GoPhone, H2O, PrePayd, Sprint postpaid and many landline providers.

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    4. You have to call Ting to get your account number when porting out. They won't give it to you if you do not have the credit card number handy that is registered with your account.

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    5. I see no issue with this. I ported out of Virgin Mobile to Simple Mobile in November after ~6-7 years with them. I called them up and got the account number, told them I was switching due to data speeds/phone selection (wanted a Blackberry Z10). After getting the account number I ported to Simple, took a few hours and was pretty easy overall.

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