T-Mobile Announces Free Swap to iPhone 6s for iPhone 6 Buyers, Free Apple Music Streaming

T-Mobile Announces Free Swap to iPhone 6s for iPhone 6 Buyers, Free Apple Music Streaming

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T-Mobile has just announced that customers who get a new iPhone 6 this summer can swap the device for Apple's next generation 'iPhone 6s', for free. In addition the company has announced free Apple Music streaming over cellular.

Free Apple Music Streaming
First, we’re amping up Un-carrier 6.0, Music Freedom and adding Apple Music to our list of 33 services that stream totally free on T-Mobile. Apple Music has become the single most requested new addition to Music Freedom and counts for a full 80% of the requests coming in via Twitter. I heard every one of them, so it’s happening right now!

You can see the full list of 33 music services that stream for free with T-Mobile's Music Freedom program here. Currently, Music Freedom covers 95% of all music streamed on mobile in the US.

Free Apple iPhone Upgrade
T-Mobile introduced JUMP! On Demand a few weeks ago, offering a new iPhone 6 16GB for $15 a month with trade-in and the ability to upgrade to a new phone whenever you want with no out-of-pocket costs. The company is extending that program for users who want the next generation iPhone.

This time of year, everyone’s waiting to make a move, waiting to see which devices are coming next. “Will the next one be better?” “Should I go for it or wait?” Today, we’re solving all that and ending the wait—in a big way. Now, every single customer who gets a new iPhone 6 this summer as part of this deal can simply swap it for the next iPhone, if they upgrade before the end of the year. Yeah, that's what I said. 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.

The promotion is available to those who purchase a new iPhone 6 through Labor Day in participating T-Mobile stores nationwide.

In addition, T-Mobile is offering exclusive priority access to the next iPhone for those who take advantage of the program.

When you order your upgrade during the first 48 hours it’s available, we’ll give your order priority and ship it first, along with others who qualify for priority access. So you’ll be among the very first to get your brand new phone when we have inventory.

Hit the link below for more details...

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T-Mobile Announces Free Swap to iPhone 6s for iPhone 6 Buyers, Free Apple Music Streaming

Verdict - July 30, 2015 at 12:20am
I don't understand how they are making money. I mean their service between sucks ass. My sister has T-Mobile, my uncle has Sprint and I have AT&T. I have LTE and 3 or more bars everywhere I travel up and down the east coast. sprint drops to 1-2 bars and 3G. T-Mobile is either 3 or mores bars in the big cities and no service in between. I'm a doctor and can't afford not to have service. I went on a cruise and paid 30 bucks for 1 month of free international texting and data via AT&T. It actually covered Belize where T-Mobile didn't cover.
Maybe if you - July 30, 2015 at 1:39am
Just tell them where they need towers and they will get it. They changed the industry for so long and the more new stuff they do with it others are trying to follow, T-Mobile does it limitless, cheap, and groundbreaking. The more deals the more it's impossible to hate them despite where areas can't cover. I have them in my area covered ginormously in my city and indoors still has download speeds in 3 seconds.
Jon1 - July 29, 2015 at 4:34pm
It is NOT a FREE upgrade. The deal is a $15 a month LEASE. After 18 months the lease expires and you have to buy the phone, OR continue to pay $15 a month. that means Free is actually $180 per year, forever.. imo it is a better deal to buy the phone with monthly payments of $27, which have no interest, and after 24 months, you still own the phone, and you STOP paying monthly to buy or lease.
Petr - July 28, 2015 at 10:05pm
So, if I pay full price I be not in priority? Credit is better than cash?
Why - July 28, 2015 at 5:25pm
Read the fine print there's always a catch just like with the t mobile no borders thing
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