Want An iPhone 6s? T-Mobile’s Trade-In Offer Can Get You One For $5 A Month

23 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

Get The iPhone 6s From T-Mobile For As Low As $5 Per 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.

T-Mobile has announced that they will be offering the iPhone 6S through their Jump upgrade program and that the handset will cost as little as $5 a month. 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.

The news was announced on Twitter by T-Mobile CEO, John Legere, who said that upgrading to and iPhone 6S will cost either $5, $10 or $15 a month depending on which device you trade in. 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. — John Legere (@JohnLegere) September 22, 2015 The offers will be available for existing customers who upgrade through the T-Mobile Jump program and the handsets will be available from this Friday the 25th of September.

If the customers with their wireless Even if one uses the Smartphone more than 30 days, you can still make use of the offer, according to T-Mobile. “In addition, may be terminated even after the period of 30 days at any time become. You get up to a monthly rate back your iPhone is unlocked and you can even keep their interest-free financing plan. “Customers need to call T-Mobile or do business All JUMP!

On-demand mobile phones with Extended Range LTE also entitled to the guarantee and theoretically should mean that even the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, grade 5 and some others T-Mobile is trying to advertise its Extended Range LTE network, which is in the wireless industry better known as the 700MHz spectrum band or 12. If you return it after 30 days, you’ll be credited back up to one month of service and get the device unlocked to be used elsewhere. 7/ Let me answer your next question – Yes! Both units feature LTE bandwidths that process 700MHz signals Apple&s newest iPhone can use all the coverage of T-Mobile, for the first time have the iPhone has a built-T-Mobile-Extended-Range LTE support.

The remaining of the up to 350 stores are in the Now that more 700MHz enabled smartphones to hit the market, T-Mobile customers could see an improvement, although it is difficult to say how much. But would any gradual improvement While T-Mobile has been able to win many new customers for this service, including 2.1 million new customers in the first half, the network can still do not match those of Verizon, technically has the fastest LTE network, it does not create T-Mobile in the network performance at the competition overtake.

The third largest wireless carrier has essentially moved in front of the pack as other carriers are also expected to try hard to trigger sales with the new phones.

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