Understanding the fine print on Apple’s iPhone Upgrade Program

23 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

T-Mobile announces iPhone 6s upgrade program starting at $5/month.

With Apple announcing its new leasing — or “financing” — program at its iPhone 6s launch event earlier this month, it seems that T-Mobile doesn’t want to be left behind. The U.S. carrier’s social media savvy boss, John Legere, took to Twitter late Tuesday to announce that T-Mobile customers will be able to trade in their current iPhone 6 or iPhone 5s models for a shiny new iPhone 6s. We reported Monday that Samsung is also supposedly planning its own Apple-style leasing program for its premium Galaxy smartphones — further evidence of a major shift underway that could spell bad news for carriers’ traditional business models. Here we go… 1/ @TMobile customers are pumped to get the new #iPhone6s –preorders up >30% over last year! #WeWontStop— John Legere (@JohnLegere) September 22, 2015 In the 3rd quarter report of 2014 that contains the iPhone 6 launch, T-Mobile reported a the best ever branded postpaid customer adds of 1.4 million.

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