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Hi! Cash out can be paid by cash, credit card or thru charge to bill. Since 4800 for 24 mos, you have 200/mo. Plan 2499 + 200 = 2699. Your credit limit should be sufficient to be charged to bill. Limit should not be less than 2699.
Wow, quick answer all right! Thank You for informing
I can pretty much relate to your situation since I was once a student who wanted to have a postpaid subscription as well. But since I do not have the necessary documents/requirements to apply for a plan, what I did was ask my dad to have the plan named under him but I'll be the one to pay. You can do that too.
For the deferred cashout, the documents you will pass (ID, proof of financial capacity, proof of billing, etc.) will determine if you have qualified to pay via this option. To clarify, paying the cashout equally divided into 24 months is via credit card transaction.
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Well I'm not a student but I also lack (or should I say I'm too lazy for requirements lol) tho and I got my iphone 5s processed IN A DAY. I paid 7-mos advance (this if you don't have proof of billing. Good for students)
So that's 1799 x 7 = 12593
+ cash out for 30 mos = 4800
I paid a total of 17,393 + my passport and my bank account statement (for billing address) and poof, in a few minutes I got my 5s.
Hope this helps.