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The 2 smartest ways to buy the iPhone 7 tomorrow and how not to

September 15, 2016

The 2 smartest ways to buy the iPhone 7 tomorrow and how not to

A few tips and tricks to save you time and money when getting the new iPhone 7

iPhone 7

It's not as easy as it once was to buy a phone from a major carrier.

They just don't have the same subsidies anymore to help you like they used to.

Instead, they have installment agreements that have you paying the same amount as buying the phone new, just over the span of 12-24 months.

There's other tricks their not telling you that will save you time and money.

Read to the end to get the whole scoop on how to economically afford the new iPhone 7

iPhone 7 Case



Here are the four ways to pay for you new iPhone 7.

The first trick is to pay for it in installments. 

There's no interest the Apple upgrade, and your service provider should also have an option without interest available for you as well.

$32 a month isn't that bad when you're getting a new phone every year with the Apple upgrade program.

I wouldn't go with your service provider though.

Unless your service provider is offering a less expensive monthly payment than the Apple upgrade plan don't go for it.

With the Apple upgrade it's less than $400 bucks for a new iPhone every year!

So just break up your payments even if you can afford it in full

If you do decide to purchase your iPhone 7 outright.

You should trade in your iPhone 6 ASAP.

Walmart offers a trade in service and so does Glyde

Right now you can get about $300 for a good condition one. 

But after Friday that number is going to plummet.

My philosophy is maybe that $700 can do some other good somewhere else than just going straight to Apple.

Remember a dollar today is worth more than a dollar tomorrow.

Your best bet is to pay in payments with no interest.

 

That  Apple care is a nice addition to the value of this purchase too.

It does cost $100 and your broken iPhone to get a new one though.

That could add up quickly given how fragile phones are getting.

So my last tip would be to get a iPhone 7 case that won't let you down and won't let you break your phone.

 




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