Apple is taking iPhone to contract-free cell phone provider Boost Mobile, reports CNET.
Boost announced the news today saying it will offer the iPhone 5s, 5c, and 4s, all contract-free. The iPhone 5S, on the high end, will cost $549.99 for the 16gb model.
Boost is not the first carrier to pick up the iOS 7 phones. Virgin Mobile was peddling contract-free 5s starting last month.
The devices will be sold under Boost Mobile's $55 monthly unlimited plan. Very reasonable, though a recent controversy surfaced where Boost, a division of Sprint, refused to refund a customer whose phone did not work well within the coverage area.
See more info at Boost's website.