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You can now pre-order the Apple iPhone 5c, starting at $99

Just as announced on stage, the iPhone 5c is becoming available for pre-order as we speak.

Currently Apple is offering it on its website and taking pre-orders starting from $99 for 16 GB model and $199 for the 32 GB one. All colors are available as well as a non-contract SIM-free version from T-Mobile for $549 and $649 (16/32 gig). Delivery starts from September 20.



AT&T has the pre-orders up as well with the same $99 or $199 pricing duo as well as a $22 a month for 20 months option for the 16 GB and $27 for the 32 GB model via AT&T Next.

Verizon offers a monthly payment plan via its Verizon Edge. The iPhone 5c will be $23.06 or $27.15 depending on your storage choice.

T-Mobile has the iPhone 5c for $22 for 24 months and no upfront cost for the 16 GB model and the same $22 for two years for the 32 GB model only with $99 upfront.

China, Australia, Canada, Japan, Singapore as well as France, Germany and the UK expect the device to go on pre-order today as well.

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You can pre-order the iPhone 5c starting today, starting at $99

Just as announced on stage, the iPhone 5c is becoming available for pre-order as we speak.

Currently Apple is offering it on its website and taking pre-orders starting from $99 for 16 GB model and $199 for the 32 GB one. All colors are available as well as a non-contract SIM-free version from T-Mobile for $549 and $649 (16/32 gig). Delivery starts from September 20.



AT&T has the pre-orders up as well with the same $99 or $199 pricing duo as well as a $22 a month for 20 months option for the 16 GB and $27 for the 32 GB model via AT&T Next.

Verizon offers a monthly payment plan via its Verizon Edge. The iPhone 5c will be $23.06 or $27.15 depending on your storage choice.

T-Mobile has the iPhone 5c for $22 for 24 months and no upfront cost for the 16 GB model and the same $22 for two years for the 32 GB model only with $99 upfront.

China, Australia, Canada, Japan, Singapore as well as France, Germany and the UK expect the device to go on pre-order today as well.

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ZTE Open Firefox phone to be sold on eBay US and UK

ZTE has officially announced that it will be selling its recently launched Firefox OS phone in the ZTE store on eBay US and UK. This means that the devices will be up for grabs, for the first time, for all the interested consumers across the globe.

To kick off its new marketing strategy, ZTE is offering its first Firefox OS phone, the ZTE Open on its official online store for an affordable price tag of $79.99. The ZTE Open will be available in Orange color option and comes unlocked.

The ZTE Open will be available from Friday and if you are planning to pick one up for yourself, you should check out the source link below.

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[UPDATED] European Nexus 7 no longer specified to support LTE

One of the key additions to the second generation model of the Nexus 7 over its predecessor was the addition of LTE. Google's website clearly mentioned the presence of LTE on both the US as well as the European models, with support for the respective bands.



If you were to visit the Nexus 7 specifications page now, however, you'd notice that it no longer mentions LTE bands for the European model. Whether this was just a mistake on the specifications page that was later corrected or Google cancelling plans on releasing the LTE model in the Europe is not yet known. For what it's worth, they never talked about the European LTE model during the event.

This doesn't mean there won't be data connectivity at all but if you're in Europe you would have to contend with HSPA+ connectivity on your new Nexus 7.

Update: Google brought back the LTE specifications for Europe, with the same bands as before (note: the European bands are different from the US bands).



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