Claro, a subsidiary of América Móvil and the largest Puerto Rican telecommunications company, has launched the iPhone 4S in the U.S. territory. According to the carrier’s website (Translated Link), customers can purchase the 16GB model for as low as $100 on a two-year contract, with 32GB and 64GB units priced at $200 and $300, respectively; monthly plans start at $65 and go up to $85. Notably, both higher-capacity models are listed as coming soon, suggesting that the carrier only has supplies of the 16GB model for the launch. The carrier will also sell the phone unlocked, with prices ranging from $670 to $870.
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