Apple has begun selling unlocked versions of the iPhone 5 online, with the base model starting at $649.
The contract-free version of the flagship Apple smartphone was made available this week, more than two months after the iPhone 5 began selling in the U.S.
The unlocked versions of the phone that Apple is selling will work only with GSM networks, which include AT&T and T-Mobile -- the last major U.S. network not to offer the phone.
To get an unlocked iPhone 5, you can head here. Select the color you want, and then scroll down and click the link that says "Or get iPhone unlocked and contract-free." That will pull up the unlocked iPhone 5 and its various pricings.
The device is selling for $649 for a 16-GB model, $749 for a 32-GB model and $849 for a 64-GB version.
Apple has told The Times that physical Apple Stores have also begun to sell the unlocked versions of the iPhone 5.