iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C head to Boost Mobile on Nov. 8

The company says it will offer no-contract iPhone 5S starting at $549 and the iPhone 5C at $449. The iPhone 4S will be available for $299.

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Apple is bringing its iPhone lineup to contract-free provider Boost Mobile.

The carrier announced the news Friday, saying that it will offer the iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, and iPhone 4S. The iPhone 5S will start at $549.99 for the 16GB model contract-free. The iPhone 5C will start at $449.99, while the iPhone 4S will set customers back $299.99 at the carrier's stores.

Boost Mobile is by no means the first prepaid carrier to offer the iPhone 5S. Virgin Mobile, for example, started selling a contract-free iPhone 5S last month .

Boost Mobile will start selling the iPhones on November 8. The devices will come with Boost's no-contract $55 Monthly Unlimited plan.

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