It is that time of the year again, and if you have missed some decent Black Friday deals, fret not. There is always Cyber Monday to bail you out, in a sense, so let us take a look at what Sprint and Verizon are able to offer.
Sprint's Cyber Monday Deals
Cyber Monday from Sprint will certainly see a smattering of smartphones being offered with a lower cost of ownership. Hence, now is a good time as any -- heck, a better time than any, to pick up one of those smartphones that you have always lusted after but never really got down to it.
Fancy picking up the HTC Bolt for free? This can be yours with a monthly fee of $25 without having to remain bogged down by an annual service contract. The HTC Bolt can also be purchased outright on a 2-year service agreement for $199.99 a pop, not too shabby at all.
Expect the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus to retain their popularity as always, and you will be able to pick up either handset for nothing. That comes with a caveat, however, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus retailing for $27.09 and $32.09, respectively, across 18 monthly payments. If you want the iPhone 7 for $199.99 and the iPhone 7 Plus for $319.99, then be prepared to stick to a 2-year service agreement -- for the 32GB model, of course. There are 128GB and 256GB model options, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus retailing for $299.99 and $399.99, and $419.99 and $519.99, respectively, across a 2-year service agreement.
Samsung has not been forgotten by Sprint this Black Friday, where you can be a proud new owner of the Galaxy S7 edge for $349.99 on a 2-year agreement. The , Galaxy S7 is a wee bit more affordable at $199.99. Those who want a 24-month payment will be able to bring home either handset for nothing, but bear in mind the Galaxy S7 edge and Galaxy S7 will retail for $33.13 and $28.96 monthly, respectively, over the time span of 24 months.
Verizon Cyber Monday Deals
How about Verizon and their collection of handsets for Cyber Monday? The iPhone 7 can be yours for $27.08 a month, but of course, this would mean being stuck with a 24 month contract to Verizon, where you also have the option to pick it up for $649.99 outright. Those who prefer to walk on the side of Android can always check out the flagship Samsung Galaxy S7 model for $28 a month across a 2-year agreement, although picking it up as an unlocked device will set you back by $672.
Another handset that will certainly pique your interest witin the same price bracket will do well with the Google Pixel that will also cost the same as the iPhone 7 on a 2-year agreement at $27.08 per month. Walking with Lenovo's Motorola Moto Z Droid would mean forking out $26 per month for 2 years, or picking it up outright for $624 a pop. Alternatively, if you want to get a Daydream View for 50% off, make sure you purchase a Pixel handset first, now how about that? Those who are on a tight budget can settle for the Verizon Hum that costs all of just $29.99 with a 2-year contract.
So how have you found some of the Sprint and Verizon Cyber Monday deals listed so far? Are they to your taste, or you expected better bargains?