If you are interested in a cheap iPhone from Apple, you could soon be in luck. On Tuesday, Apple released an 8GB iPhone 5C, which is selling in the company’s U.K. stores for £429 in British pounds. That price tag is around $712 in the United States and cheaper than the previous 16GB version of the phone.
As you can see in the photo above from the Huffington Post, that price tag is without a two-year contract.
In the United States, you can buy a 16GB iPhone 5C for $99 if you include the contract, so one would be led to believe that a 8GB version of the phone would come in even cheaper. So, in theory, we could soon see an iPhone 5C selling in the United States for less than $99 and that could help increase the sales of the device.
The 8GB iPhone 5C is not yet available in the United States, but it can be yours if you live in the UK, Germany, Australia or China.
If the device makes it’s way into the U.S., we could see some very happy cell phone users who are ready to upgrade their device.