T-Mobile Will Offer Free iPhone 6s To iPhone 6 Buyers, Adds Free Apple Music Cellular Streaming
T-Mobile has been offering a bunch of new promotions and plans lately as part of the Un-carrier Amped initiative, but the latest offer from the famous cellular carrier includes a sweet deal for the upcoming iPhone 6s, and Apple Music as well.
To begin with, T-Mobile is now offering Apple Music as part of its Music Freedom program, allowing customers with Simple Choice plans to stream music for free over cellular data without consuming their 4G LTE data plan. In addition to Apple Music, the program features over 33 supported streaming services including Spotify, Pandora, Rdio, SoundCloud etc.
The company has also announced that those customers who buy a new iPhone 6 through its Jump! On Demand plan will be able to trade in their devices for the new ‘iPhone 6s‘ whenever it becomes available, without paying any additional charges. For the iPhone 6, the plan costs $15 per month, spread over a period of 18 months, so if you purchase one before the end of this year, you are eligible for an upgrade to the new iPhone while you continue to pay the same amount of money.
This time of year, everyone’s waiting to make a move, waiting to see which devices are coming next. “Will the next one be better?” “Should I go for it or wait?” Today, we’re solving all that and ending the wait—in a big way. Now, every single customer who gets a new iPhone 6 this summer as part of this deal can simply swap it for the next iPhone, if they upgrade before the end of the year. Yeah, that’s what I said. Just swap it out and pay NOTHING more—nothing up front and no change to your monthly payment. No deposit. No fees. Nothing. You get the next iPhone guaranteed. And you get to LOCK IN that industry-best promotional price of $15 a month.
In addition, T-Mobile will be giving Jump On Demand customers priority access to the new iPhone 6s by shipping it to them as soon as it’s available if they order it within the first 48 hours.
T-Mobile looks to be ramping up its Jump On Demand plan which it introduced last month enabling customers to upgrade three times a year. With iPhone fans contemplating on whether to buy the iPhone 6 or the upcoming 6s, T-Mobile has indeed thrown in a very timely bait.
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