T-Mobile is upgrading its Jump plan presented two years ago to permit subscribers to relocate to new smartphones more frequently than before. The brand-new Get on Demand choice lets you rent a smartphone for a little monthly cost, then trade it in for a new smartphone approximately 3 times each year at no additional expense. For instance, a base model iPhone 6 would cost $ 15 each month to lease with Get on Demand after trading in a qualified smartphone.

Without upgrading, leasing that iPhone 6 during Jump On Demand would carry the month-to-month charge for 18 months. Then T-Mobile will provide a purchase choice, $ 164 when it come to the iPhone 6, if you opt to keep the leased device as owned.

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The appeal of Jump On Need, however, is the capability to switch between the most recent smartphones as they launch. This is a much larger offer in the Android area as more flagship devices are announced throughout the year, but an iPhone user wanting to switch between the iPhone 6 and the iPhone 6 Plus or comparable in the future might find Jump On Demand beneficial too.Screen Shot 2015-06-25 at 8.43.01 AM

T-Mobile notes that its pricing on the iPhone 6, which is calls the industry’s most affordable yet, is for a restricted time. The provider also states existing Jump customers can transfer to the new Get on Need prepare the next time they upgrade.

T-Mobile states its brand-new Get on Need alternative will certainly be readily available starting Sunday, June 28th. You can find out more about the new plan and all the small print on T-Mobile. com. In the meantime, here’s a 2-minute video of T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere pitching Get on Demand.

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