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Buy an iPhone and Get Your First Two Months of Virgin Mobile Service for Free

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If you've ever been interested in getting your hands on an iPhone, Virgin Mobile has a new promotion that will sure be enticing to you.

Virgin Mobile wants you to buy your iPhone from them. In return, you will get two months of service for free. This service includes unlimited talk, text and data.

Among the different iPhone models you can buy are the following:


  • Apple iPhone SE - $349.99 (Online exclusive price: $199.99)
  • Apple iPhone 6 - $449.99 (Online exclusive price: $249.99)
  • Apple iPhone 6s - $449.99 (Online exclusive price: $399.99) 
  • Pre-Owned Apple iPhone 6s - $308.99 (Online exclusive price: $229.99) 
  • Apple iPhone 6s Plus - $549.99 (Online exclusive price: $499.99) 
  • Pre-Owned Apple iPhone 6s Plus - $323.99 (Online exclusive price $279.99)
  • Apple iPhone 7 - $549.99 (Online exclusive price $499.99)
  • Pre-Owned Apple iPhone 7 - $399.99 (Online exclusive price $299.99)
  • Apple iPhone 7 Plus - $669.99 (Online exclusive price $619.99)
  • Apple iPhone 8 - $699.99
  • Apple iPhone 8 Plus - $799.99
  • Apple iPhone X - $999.99

The offer is available for a limited time only. Once the two free months are over, a regular monthly rate of $50 will be applied excluding taxes. Autopay is also required in this promotion.

If you already have an iPhone and you want to bring it to Virgin Mobile, you can still get 6 months of unlimited service for $1 per month. All you have to do is order an Inner Circle SIM card for ($25) $9.99 and activate your device on Virgin's Inner Circle plan. You can click here to see if your phone is eligible for this.

Or if you recently purchased an iPhone at an Apple Store, you can still get your first 6 months of unlimited service for $1 per month. Click here to know more.


Source: Virgin Mobile USA

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  1. Lol bye Virgin Mobile good freaking bye 😂

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  2. I wonder whether Inner Circle will still unlock after 14 days now that they have discounted the iPhones this much. One family member is loving his free year which has almost paid for his new iPhone after 4 months.

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  3. apple phones are highly overrated and grossly overpriced.

    the huawei elate phone at cricket is just as good as the apple junk and only costs $65. i can buy a lot of service on a great carrier with the money i saved on the phone.

    let the apple cult members throw away their money.

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    1. I don't really understand why anyone would buy a flagship phone because no one really "needs" this capability. I can think of a lot better things to spend 1000.00 on. They "want" the phone as a status symbol. I think my MetroPCS ZTE ZMAX Pro is every bit as good and useful as the latest and greatest iPhone.

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    2. "Just as good" as in what? That its a phone? That phone isn't even comparable to iphones...

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    3. You get what you pay for. The camera on a $65 burner is a potato compared to what is on any iPhone.

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    4. When they can't afford the best, some people delude themselves. This is a great example of delusional rationalization, IMO.

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    5. Even Google admits that integrated systems are better than configured ones; that is why they bought 2000 HTC employees. It takes too long for new new software capabilities to be implemented when you don't control the hardware, and vice-versa. Cameras are a great example. Apple implements improvements very quickly, and Google/Andoid phone manufacturers are always playing catch up. According to Google.
      The iPhone X is the best cellphone in the world. Millions of people who use their phone a lot will love it because it makes their life easier and more enjoyable. Plus it is just beautiful to look at and a pleasure to use. I don't need it; my phone works just fine for my needs. But I won't ridicule people who think they need a phone like that, or others who just want it for what it can do.

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    6. Jon, the ZTE is "just as good" as the iPhone only when it comes to taking up space in your pocket or being used as a door wedge.

      0nce you get beyond that, it's all "compare a Hot-n-Now burger to fillet mignon" territory.

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  4. Pay full price for an iPhone and get two months free on the worst network in the USA? Methinks I will pass.

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    1. You can't count. If you pay full price, you can get 6 months for $1/month (BYOD), or $300 off. With postpaid coverage. Pass and pay more.

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    2. Postpaid coverage on Sprint still means you can only use data in a rather small part of the country: by far the worst network of the top 4.

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    3. "small part of the country.." Not true. You get unlimited use on Extended Network partner towers and limited use on Verizon and other regional carriers. The coverage is wider than native AT&T, native Verizon or T-Mobile + roaming.

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    4. Quite true. The "extended" area is quite small and the data roaming bingo Verizon is really nothing.

      Sprint data coverage is No. 4.

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  5. It's really hard to justify Virgin Mobile service when Boost Mobile offers better deals. I don't know why they didn't just shut them down, they can't possibly be making money.

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    1. Does Boost offer something better than 6 months unlimited service for $1/month?
      Does Boost offer postpaid coverage? Roaming for iPhones?
      Tell us if they do.

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    2. > Does Boost offer something better than 6 months unlimited service for $1/month?

      Sprint offers free service for 1 year, who cares about a crappy 6 month offer that is limited to the iPhone. Boost has more devices, cheaper phones, BYOD, taxes included, and group plans. VM has none of that. Boost even has stores where you can actually get service.

      > Does Boost offer postpaid coverage? Roaming for iPhones?

      You're aware Boost and VM are the same company right? Yes to both.

      Anyone signing up for VM service today hasn't done their research.

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    3. Wrong x2.
      Boost has no data roaming at all, no use of Extended Network for iPhones and no voice/sms roaming on other networks for iPhones at all.
      Boost has no plans that offer 6 months of Unlimited for $1/month.
      You haven't done any research.

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  6. Hey, guys; don't fight about iPhone X. Watch this very cool video review and then decide. You might want the phone, the girl, her sister or the woman who's the Voice of Siri!
    And you will learn some things.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wGxT2tg4It0

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  7. Do they just raise price for SE 199 from 159??

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    1. They did! That wipes out $40 of the $100 value of the two free months.

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  8. This looks like a great deal for getting a $1000 iPhone X and two months of free service on an incredibly fast, expansive and reliable network.

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  9. Wow! Jon Vitrano formerly of PhoneArena & Android Authority?
    Wish you were making more Youtube videos.

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  10. Why not purchase direct from apple store and do BYOP and get six month of free service?

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    1. Yes. That is the best way to use Virgin Inner Circle. Unlocked iPhone.

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  11. I currently have a the 5GB plan for $35/$30 with auto. This is clearly a ploy to get less profitable accounts to convert to the more profitable inner O plan. Nice try Sprint, but I plan to keep my Iphone 6S on the $30 plan for a long time. Probably until my phone turns into dust.

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  12. Will they unlock these iPhones after the 2 month trial period, or are they requiring some paid service time?

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    1. It looks like Virgin changed the unlocking policy fro Inner Circle phones.

      Unless you paid full retail price (MSRP) for the phone you have to use it on Virgin for 12 months before Virgin will unlock it.

      If you paid full MSRP for your phone Virgin will unlock it after you have used it for 14 days. The only phones Virgin sells at full retail price are the uPhone 8, 8+ and X.

      Source: When and how can I get my Virgin Mobile iPhone unl... - Virgin Mobile Community

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