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  • New T-Mobile 'Jump! On Demandí Plan Allows Customers to Upgrade 3x a Year

    U.S. mobile carrier T-Mobile is upgrading their Jump plan that first launched about two years ago. They are now allowing customers to switch smartphones more frequently than ever before. Subscribers will be able to lease a device for a monthly fee and be able to switch to a new smartphone up to three times a year at no extra cost.

    If a customer wants to lease an Apple iPhone 6, they will have to pay just $15 a month when on the Jump On Demand plan after trading in a qualified smartphone. When you decide you do not want to upgrade to a new device, you will have to pay the monthly fee for 18 months. Then you will get the option to purchase the device if you want to own it for another $164 if itís the iPhone 6.

    Weíre not sure that's the best plan for those who want to take that route. The ideal customer for the Jump On Demand plan is one who wants to switch to the latest smartphones as they get released. T-Mobile announced that any existing customer on the Jump plan can switch over to the new Jump On Demand plan the next time they are looking to upgrade.

    Jump On Demand will be available beginning Sunday, June 28th for those who are interested. Will you be switching over to the new plan? Share with us in the section below.

    Source: T-Mobile
    This article was originally published in forum thread: New T-Mobile 'Jump! On Demandí Plan Allows Customers to Upgrade 3x a Year started by Akshay Masand View original post
    Comments 3 Comments
    1. CabooseLoL's Avatar
      CabooseLoL -
      Unless you really plan on buying a new phone once every year, I don't understand what the huge problem is with a 2 year contract. I'm happy with getting a new phone every 2 years for the discounted, upgrade price.
    1. hogcia's Avatar
      hogcia -
      Well I am going to read the fine print on this and see if it works for me. Looking to get my wife an iPhone 6 plus. I think this deal works best for android folks since they get several new phone models a year.
    1. StaceyMJ86's Avatar
      StaceyMJ86 -
      I have JUMP! on my T-Mobile account from the 5s, but I purchased my 6 and 6+ at full price but I know T-Mobile said my next phone I will put $0 down and only pay the taxes.