You'll either have to pay for the device in full up front, or entertain special financing through Apple, which won't charge interest if you pay the phone off in 18 months.
Therefore, if you're an AT&T or T-Mobile customer interested in Apple's latest and greatest smartphone, we suggest you consider buying an unlocked unit, then adding it to your network of choice later, if you can afford it.
Apple has expanded its iPhone X family with the introduction of an unlocked, SIM-free model.
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However, you've needed Verizon account credentials to make the purchase.
The unlocked iPhone X is listed as an option online, and you'll receive it within five business days as well, regardless of what color option or storage model you decide to pick up.
As 9to5Mac reported yesterday, Apple is now offering the option to buy the tenth-anniversary handset without a carrier. The SIM-free model Apple is selling is expected to be the Qualcomm version, as that one supports all four USA carriers. You'll need to get a SIM from your carrier, but your iPhone X won't be locked to their service. Now, if you happen to swap cell networks a lot on the go, or switch frequently between iOS and Android, the SIM-free version is the most hassle-free version of the iPhone X you can buy and probably what you'll want.