You Can Now Purchase an Unlocked iPhone X Without Carrier Activation From the Apple Online Store

You Can Now Purchase an Unlocked iPhone X Without Carrier Activation From the Apple Online Store

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Apple is now giving customers the option of purchasing a full price, unlocked, and unactivated iPhone X from the online Apple Store.

This means you can order a Verizon iPhone X with a Qualcomm LTE modem rather than AT&T or T-Mobile iPhone X that uses the slower Intel modem.

You Can Now Purchase an Unlocked iPhone X Without Carrier Activation From the Apple Online Store

Previously, it was possible to order an unactivated iPhone from Best Buy; however, the company was charging an additional $100 fee over and above the full price of the device. After customers complained about the outrageous fee, the company pulled the option entirely rather than sell the device at the full price and lose out on some bounty payments from carriers.

To purchase an unactivated iPhone, select your desired model then choose a one-time payment. After clicking the blue continue button you'll be brought to a page where you can select your carrier activation option. Or, you can just click the link below.

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You Can Now Purchase an Unlocked iPhone X Without Carrier Activation From the Apple Online StoreYou Can Now Purchase an Unlocked iPhone X Without Carrier Activation From the Apple Online Store
Pythagoras - November 23, 2017 at 5:41am
Is this difference between Verizon iPhones and AT&T iPhones also the case for the iPhone 8???
Nauman Faisal - November 21, 2017 at 2:24pm
We can buy sim free iPhones in U.K. from Apple store already.
junior - November 21, 2017 at 2:00am
I’m On My 12th. iPhone X and By Paying Full Price They Have All Come Unlocked(Even Sprint)
4 leaf clover - November 20, 2017 at 5:43am
They pay exhausting amounts for these devices. I would say it time to invest in bitcoin. Will be over 12,000 .by Christmas . Better investment then 10 phones.
Kg - November 20, 2017 at 1:45am
AT&T and Verizon model # are the same. Not sure why everyone thinks they are different.
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