T-Mobile USA Raises Price of iPhone 5 to $149
Updated: Added details. Fixed typo.
T-Mobile today confirmed a report that originally appeared in TMoNews.com suggesting that the company had raised the price of the Apple iPhone 5. During the first month of availability, T-Mobile sold the iPhone 5 for a down payment of just $99, followed by 24 monthly payments of $20 each. Apparently, this was a promotional rate."As America's Un-carrier, T-Mobile is committed to introducing the hottest new smartphones at unbeatable promotional prices--but we all know promotions are temporary," the company said in a statement to FierceWireless. "The great news here is that well-qualified customers, on approved credit, can still buy (16GB) iPhone 5 from T-Mobile for $149.99 down starting Monday, May 13." Now that the iPhone has been available for more than 30 days, T-Mobile is charging a higher down payment price, though the monthly payments remain unchanged.
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Man! these no contract plans are awesome!!!!!!!!
However, if it is, you do know, that based on the previous contract plans, and the current no-contract value plans, even if you paid full price for a device, like $600.00, after the traditional 2 ye...
The website says they did, check:
http://www.t-mobile.com/shop/phones/Cell-Phone-Detai ... »
Also, I checked my upgrade tool, and yes, it is now listed as being $149.99 ...