Whenever a new smartphone hits the market, the tide changes. Older phones’ prices go down and numerous campaigns are started in order to allure all people who want to change their old phones with new ones. The launch of the new iPhone marks another of these events and it looks like T-Mobile has an ace up their sleeves to make sure you get your hands on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus.
T-Mobile sells iPhone 6S for $5. Yes, both the 6s and the 6s Plus are going to cost a mere $5 every month if customers decide to trade in any eligible late-model device. This is great news for iPhone lovers as the initial price for the devices was 4 times higher. In early September, T-Mobile actually wanted to sell the iPhone 6s for $20 a month. It seemed a good deal considering those 16 GB, but $5 is way,way better.
Sales can be made via the Jump on Demand program that the company is running now and the $5 deal is a total bargain. So what do you have to trade in for these brand new devices? Just a properly working model that is not damaged from this list: Galaxy Note 5, galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ or even an older iPhone 6 or 6 Plus.
If you want to, for example, trade a Samsung Note 4 or and iPhone 5s for a 16GB iPhone 6s, you need to be aware that you will pay $10 every month for 18 months due to this new promotion. The good news is that if you want to trade any other smartphone device, your rate would go up to $15 every month, which is not bad at all. You can actually find great new phones by giving away your old ones and paying a small price.
The new iPhone prices are going up, as usual, while older models are falling down. A new iPhone 6s with 128GB storage would cost you $200 every month. On top of that, you have to pay another extra 3, 7 or 9 dollars depending on storage and extra features. So what are you going to do? Keep your old iPhone and pay $200+ for a new one? Or hand in your phone and get a new one for some extra cash every month?
T-Mobile is offering a great deal, so you want to be sure that you will not miss it.
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