According to the prepaid carrier's Twitter, it will begin selling the devices on October 1.
This is uncommonly fast for Virgin, since it usually takes a couple of months after an iPhone's debut for it to arrive on the carrier.
Though Virgin's promo site for the devices does not outline pricing information, the company has confirmed the following contract-free pricing:
The iPhone 5S features a 4-inch screen, an 8-megapixel camera, and a unique fingerprint ID scanner on its home button. The iPhone 5C has much of the same specs with a less powerful A6 processor, and comes in several colors. For more information on the devices, be sure to read CNET's iPhone 5S and 5C reviews.
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