We’re now very nearly into July, and with the iPhone 6 expected to hit the market around September, that means that it’s time for the nearly year-old iPhone 5s and 5c to begin to see some nice discounts.
A Walmart spokesperson has revealed that starting tomorrow, June 27, the retailer will begin selling the 16GB iPhone 5c for $29 with a 2-year contract, while the 16GB iPhone 5s will be knocked down to $99 with a 2-year commitment. Those two phones regularly cost $49 and $99, respectively. The reduced prices are permanent and will be good in stores beginning at 9:00 a.m local time.
The Walmart spokesperson told Engadget that the 32GB models of the iPhone 5c and 5s will be reduced as well. However, no prices for those two variants were given.
While the iPhone 5c and 5s are getting close to their first birthday, they’re still respectable smartphone options. At just $29, the iPhone 5c is a nice choice for someone that wants a super-cheap handset that’s got halfway decent specs, while the 5s is an flagship phone that’ll go pretty easy on your wallet as well.