T-Mobile may soon let you JUMP! as much as you want
2. silencer271 (Posts: 254; Member since: 05 Apr 2013)
Wonder if the phones you give back they will sell as refurbs. Cause if not thats gonna be a huge loss.
3. downphoenix (Posts: 3143; Member since: 19 Jun 2010)
It sounds exactly how it's described: Basically, they are removing the 6 month requirement, as long as the device is at least 50% paid off.
4. wkm001 (Posts: 105; Member since: 04 Feb 2014)
I always wondered why all the carriers didn't do this. If you have paid off 50% of the phone, the phone obviously has more value to the carrier. And they can pay you whatever they want for a used phone.
5. cleat-glitch (Posts: 109; Member since: 07 Feb 2014)
ok...ok...if the wording is right...i might jump over to tmo...i luv me some phones
6. Fuego84 (Posts: 338; Member since: 13 May 2012)
Mmm that's odd I paid $360, more that 50%, for the HTC One up front 5 months ago and I'm paying equipment plans of 12.50 per month. Doesn't that mean I could of used jump plan since the beginning being that I paid more than 50% of the device lol.
7. networkdood (Posts: 6330; Member since: 31 Mar 2010)
I like this option - BUT!!!! - it does cost more for the consumer - it does, however, give them a little more wiggle room for changing phones. If you buy a Note 3 and pay half of it - which is around 355.00 - and then you change it for a new phone - you just lost 355 dollars. Where as the old way, you paid 199-299 for a top of the line phone, such as the Note 3, and then you have to wait 18-21 months before you could upgrade. Money vs. Versatility.
8. Michaelsalaets (Posts: 27; Member since: 09 Feb 2014)
I'd rather sell my phone and buy a new one outright for a few hundred more than loose money trading in a phone I already paid half of the retail price for..
9. andynaija (Posts: 761; Member since: 08 Sep 2012)
Seriously who's going to be jumping from phone to phone like that?