Finally, the struggling wireless carrier T-Mobile USA will start offering the iPhone under its new no-contract plans starting April 12.
The fourth-biggest mobile carrier will charge $99.99 up front for the iPhone 5, then another $20 per month for two years. T-Mobile will also carry the iPhone 4S for $69.99 down and $20 monthly for two years.
The iPhone 4 will sell for $14.99 down and $15 a month.
The simplified phone plan is part of T-Mobile’s new campaign to be the ‘‘un-carrier.’’ By moving to contract-free plans, it says it is doing away with charging customers fees for surpassing data limits or terminating service early.
‘‘Do you have any idea what you’re paying?’’ chief executive John Legere said at a media event. ‘‘I’m going to explain how stupid we all are because once it becomes flat and transparent, there’s nowhere to hide. You pay so much for your phones, it’s incredible.’’DON’T MISS: Hit List
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