The iPhone 5S and 5C launch has been the most successful iPhone launch yet for Apple with over 9 million units sold in the first weekend. You could attribute this success to the fact that the iPhone 5S launched in more countries and on more carriers than any other previous iPhone. Despite its far reaching launch, there are still some smaller carriers that don't have Apple's latest flagship device.
Boost Mobile announced today that its customers will no longer have to look upon their Verizon or T-Mobile subscriber neighbors in envy as it will start carrying the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C on November 8. As is the case with all other devices on Boost Mobile, the iPhone 5S and 5C will enjoy unlimited talk, text and data for $55 a month.
Unfortunately, Boost Mobile has not revealed the prices for either the iPhone 5S or 5C yet, but it's not going to be cheap. The carrier doesn't subsidize its phone prices so you're probably going to be stuck paying the full price of the phone upfront. For the iPhone 5S, that will be $649 for the 16GB model. As for the iPhone 5C, you'll be paying a not so affordable $549 for the 16GB model. If either of those options are a bit too pricey for you, you can opt to buy the more affordable iPhone 4S at $450.
In more iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C news, Apple announced earlier this month that its latest mobile devices will be making their way to more countries on October 25 and November 1. On October 25, the device will land in a number of countries in Eastern Europe as well as South Korea. On November 1, it will make its way to more countries in South America, the Middle East and the Mediterranean.[Image: Boost Mobile]