News by Andrew Kameka on Friday November 01, 2013.
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Apple has sold millions of its two most recent iPhones since the devices went on sale in September, and the company will soon sell a few more once Boost Mobile begins accepting orders for the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C next week.
Boost, a subsidiary of Sprint that offers prepaid service on Sprint's network, announced that it will offer the iPhones starting November 8 online and at some of its retail outlets peppered throughout the country. The iPhone 5S will sell for $549.99 (16GB), $649.99 (32 GB), or $749.99 (64GB). The iPhone 5C will cost $449.99 (16GB) or $549.99 (32GB).
Boost has also confirmed that both the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S will be able to access Sprint's 4G LTE network, which is obviously good news for potential Boost customers in the cities that recently gained LTE support. Sprint has grown its LTE network to reach
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