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IPhone X, unlocked and SIM-free, arrives in US

IPhone X, unlocked and SIM-free, arrives in US

This means that you can buy an iPhone from Apple without specifying which carrier you'd like to use it on.

The iPhone X is finally coming to the US SIM-free.

Sprint (S) and T-Mobile US (TMUS) have something new to worry about: Apple (AAPL) is making it easier for consumers to switch wireless service providers and also is giving them more reason to buy the iPhone X at its website. You'll either have to pay for the device in full up front, or entertain special financing through Apple, which won't charge interest if you pay the phone off in 18 months.

To get a SIM-free variant of the iPhone X, buyers can head over to Apple's website and choose to make a one-time payment of $999 for the 64GB version or $1,149 for the 256GB version of the phone.

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This option is ideal for business travelers who don't want to stick with a wireless carrier and who might want to pop in a SIM card from another carrier, such as an worldwide one during a trip.

According to 9to5Mac.com, Apple says it will deliver the SIM-free version of the iPhone X by December 12 - in line with other versions of the device.

Shortly after the iPhone X went up for pre-order, shipping estimates from Apple slipped from days to weeks, sometimes as long as 5-6 weeks after order.