Verizon has announced that its phones have reached the lower price point of $699.99 for the six-inch model, with a three-month contract starting at $99.99, up from $99 in September.
The company says it has now sold more than 2.5 million iPhones, compared with about 1.5m phones sold a month earlier.
The iPhone 6 and 6 Plus are the first two models to offer the new phone-repair options.
In addition, Verizon is also offering a phone-resurfacing service that lets customers choose between a two-year and three-year service term.
The price reduction is due to lower costs and better service options, Verizon said.
Verizon says it is adding repair options to all iPhone 6 models and plans to extend its iPhone 6 Plus phone-repairs to more devices in the future.
“Our customers love their new iPhone, and we’ve worked hard to bring them value-added services like phone repair and wireless carrier support,” said David Pascrell, vice president of product marketing, Verizon Wireless.
It’s the first time Verizon has increased the price of its iPhones.
It first introduced the iPhone 6 in January, and it followed up with the iPhone SE, iPhone 7, iPhone 8 and iPhone X in March.