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Cheap iPhone deal: Get iPhone 11 for just $15 a month right now

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Heads up, iPhone fans. Sprint has a variety of iPhone deals designed to get you the iPhone you want at a price you can afford. 

For instance, new customers can lease the iPhone 11 for just $15 per month. Plus, port your number from a competing carrier and you'll get a free $100 prepaid MasterCard. That's one of the best Sprint deals we've seen. All of Sprint's iPhone deals end on April 9. Other iPhone deals include: 

iPhone XR: $10/month @ Sprint
At Sprint, lease the iPhone XR for just $10/month. Plus, if you port your number from a competing carrier, you'll get a free $100 prepaid Mastercard. View Deal

iPhone 11: $15/month @ Sprint
At Sprint, lease the iPhone 11 for just $15/month. This deal includes Sprint's iPhone Forever plan, which lets you upgrade to a new iPhone any time after 12 lease payments. Plus, if you port your number from a competing carrier, you'll get a free $100 prepaid Mastercard.View Deal

Certified Pre-owned iPhone 8: $240 @ Sprint
Sprint is offering this certified pre-owned iPhone for just $240. (Alternatively, you can lease it for $10/month under an 18-month lease). Plus, if you port your number from a competing carrier, you'll get a free $100 prepaid Mastercard.View Deal

Sprint: $300 prepaid Mastercard when you switch w/ phone
New customers who bring their phone and port their number to Sprint will get a free $300 prepaid Mastercard. Plus, sign up for Sprint Unlimited Kickstart for just $35/month. View Deal

Sprint: $100 prepaid Mastercard when you switch and lease
New customers who port their number to Sprint and lease any smartphone will get a free $100 prepaid Mastercard. Prices start as low as $0/month for the Galaxy S20 5G. View Deal

Louis Ramirez

As deals editor at Tom’s Guide, Louis is constantly looking for ways to avoid paying full price for the latest gadgets. That means price checking against multiple retailers and searching high and low for the best deals to bring readers. A born-and-bred New Yorker, Louis is also an avid swimmer and marathoner. His work has appeared on Gizmodo, CNET, and Time Out New York.