How much is an iPhone 8?
iPhone 8 Pricing: What You’ll Pay
|iPhone 8 64GB (monthly)||iPhone 8 64GB (no contract)|
|Apple Store||$34.50 for 24 months||$699|
|AT&T||$23.34/month for 30 months||$699.99|
|Sprint||$29.17/month for 18 month||$699.99|
|T-Mobile||$29.17/month for 24 months||$699.99|
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What is the cheapest way to buy an iPhone 8?
The best deal of the lot is from AT&T, which is offering a buy one, get one plan for the 64GB iPhone 8. But even that deal comes with some serious caveats.
Pricing for the iPhone 8 (one line), Unlimited Data
- AT&T–Buy One, Get One Free.
- Sprint–iPhone Forever.
- T-Mobile–Trade-In Credit.
- Verizon– Trade-In Credit.
How much is an iPhone 8 in Nigeria?
iPhone 8 launched with 64GB and 256GB models at $699 and $849 respectively. Latest models offer 64GB and 128GB options. The iPhone 8 is available in Nigeria, Kenya, or Ghana. You can buy the smartphone at leading online stores in your country.
Is it worth buying an iPhone 8 in 2020?
The iPhone 8 is certainly worth considering for the 4.7in screen size. It’s a desirable form factor if you want a small iPhone, given that the SE is with us no more, and it’s the cheapest phone Apple sells, as well as the smallest.