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T-Mobile to Let Customers 'Jump' to New Phones More Often

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Feb 14, 2014, 1:04 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

T-Mobile today said that beginning February 23 customers of its Jump early upgrade program will be able to upgrade more often than twice per year. "Whenever you're ready to upgrade, trade in your device and T-Mobile will pay your remaining device payments up to 50% of the device cost," said T-Mobile in a statement provided to Fierce Wireless. "There is no more waiting period or limit to the number of times you can upgrade per year." T-Mobile is requiring that customers pay off half the cost of their phone before upgrading, though. Many phones carry a full retail price of $600 or more. T-Mobile's Jump plans carry a $10 premium over regular plan pricing. The more frequent upgrades mirror those offered under Verizon's Edge plans.

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Feb 14, 2014, 2:40 PM


Who is copying who know? Now that they have "shaken" up the industry they have to deal with the bigger companies who ofter more and do better deals than them.
This does not shake up anything more than T-Mobile already shook. In fact, JUMP and the concept of phone upgrades faster than other carriers was T-Mobile's idea. Not only does T-Mobile still offer a great way to upgrade your phone now more often than ...
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