T-Mobile ups the cost of an iPhone 5 to $149.99
2. g2a5b0e (Posts: 2550; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
People can complain all they want. It's still cheaper than Apple's retail price.
5. Quezdagreat (Posts: 427; Member since: 05 Apr 2012)
Now you're saving 20 dollars instead of 70
6. DANTExphone888 (Posts: 97; Member since: 11 Aug 2012)
I hope that's what the USCC version cost. T-Mobile still selling IP5 cheaper than Verizon though.
7. Daftama (Posts: 572; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
Let me see you can't up grade because no contract. .you can have only one device until its paid off so the 20 a month equals the length of a contract... so in other words I have a contract. But if I cancel I still have to pay the remaining balance which is fair. . So 200 up from with any carrier plus 350 cancellation Which equals 550..cheaper than 650 but cancellation price goes down after a yr or so...and carriers have early upgrade
8. benzb (Posts: 29; Member since: 19 Jan 2012)
You are forgetting two important elements. Carriers charge upgrade fees when you upgrade at approximately $35. Carriers also charge a hefty tax on the $350 cancellation fee of about $70. So technically, the phone you upgraded costs $200 + $35 + $350 + $70 tax on the 350 = $655. I am not including sales tax in these figures as you have to pay sales tax regardless of which method you choose.
9. Daftama (Posts: 572; Member since: 03 Nov 2012)
What do you think tmobile ads on your 20 installment plane hmmm where does the $70 come from..and the 35 upgrade can usually be wavied depends who you talk to
11. g2a5b0e (Posts: 2550; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
Actually, you're wrong. You can upgrade at any time. Qualified customers can pay two or more devices at once.
10. Droiddoes (unregistered)
LMAO, TMO is seeing the many downsides to carrying that novelty phone. Greedy apple doesn't like to share profits, no one makes any money off their toys except them.