T-Mobile making moves - carrier will let iPhone 6 owners upgrade to the next iPhone for zilch, makes Apple Music streaming free

T-Mobile making moves - carrier will let iPhone 6 owners upgrade to the next iPhone for zilch, makes
It looks like Apple and the USA's magenta-colored carrier have forged a beautiful friendship, as T-Mobile has "amped" its Music Freedom and upgraded its JUMP! On demand services with fantastic propositions for iPhone owners. First off, T-Mo added Apple Music to its list of 33 music services that stream for free over the carrier's data network. It's what customers want, apparently, as 80% of the music streaming service requests on Twitter spelled "Apple Music". Good listening on T-Mo's part! Before we cover the "so they're offering the iPhone 6s for free?!" part, we're going to paste this blurb by CEO John Legere, as we have to admit, the words here are strong:

Now, one more thing. Not long ago, T-Mobile offered the iPhone 6 16GB for $15 a month with an older device trade-in, which is a pretty good deal nomatter how you look at it. But, knowing that customers may be holding off of buying an iPhone 6 with the impending iPhone 6s announcement in mind, team Magenta now lets customers who buy a new iPhone 6 this summer, as well as current customers on the $15 monthly plan, simply exchange it for the next iPhone if they upgrade before the end of 2015. In Legere's words, "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."

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Gets you all pumped up, doesn't it? But that's not all there's to it. Everyone who gets a new iPhone 6 with JUMP! On Demand will be treated to priority access over the next iPhone. During the first 48 hours of availability, said customers will get their orders prioritized and shipped first, which means they will be among the first to get the new Apple flagship.

T-Mobile doesn't seem to give other carriers a break, even in the leisury summer season. It will be interesting to see how the other guys counter this move. More details and CEO John Legere's full written delivery are available at the source link below.

Source: T-Mobile

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