Black Friday may have come and gone, but there's still a chance to snag some hot deals on electronics since today is Cyber Monday. In the spirit of the holidays, T-Mobile is offering a pretty savory Cyber Monday deal on a brand new iPhone 6.

The deal, which went live at 5:01 a.m. PST, lets customers pick up a brand new 64GB iPhone 6 for the regular non-holiday price of $650. Regular financing is available on the model so that those who can't shell out any money up front (that's right, you can walk away with one for $0 down) can opt to pay $27 per month over the next two years. Remember, T-Mobile doesn't do contracts and canceling service means that the remaining balance on the phone becomes due.

The iPhone 6 features a 4.7-inch Retina display with a resolution of 1334 X 750 pixels and Apple's brand new 64-bit A8 processor chip underneath the hood powering iOS 8. The iPhone 6 also comes with an 8-megapixel rear-facing camera that can shoot 1080p HD at 60fps and slo-mo video at 240fps. The front-facing camera still stands at 1.2 megapixels, although the aperture capabilities have been improved to ƒ/2.2.

The higher storage option is incredibly useful, given that most of today's smartphone users don't use the device to only make calls. There are apps to download, thousands of selfies and videos to store, upgrades to downloadsong playlists to have on hand, and the million other data-driven uses a smartphone offers. There's almost no doubt that anybody who takes advantage of the 16-64GB upgrade will find themselves thankful down the line that they did.

T-Mobile's iPhone holiday cheer doesn't stop with just the iPhone 6. The nation's fourth-largest carrier is also bumping $50 off the 64GB iPhone 5s, bringing it down to $600. Once again, buyers can choose to put $0 up front and pay $25 per month over 24 months. The carrier did the same for the 32GB iPhone 5c, marking it down to $450, or $19 per month for two years.

T-Mobile's iPhones support Wi-Fi calling, meaning the phones automatically switch between Wi-Fi and T-Mobile's network, allowing for calls to be made where there's no carrier signal but only Wi-Fi.

T-Mobile does state that inventories are limited, so there might be a chance stock runs out before the Cyber Monday deals end at midnight Pacific time.

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