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  • German Carrier Deutsche Telekom Taking Reservations for Upcoming iPhones Already

    German mobile carrier Deutsche Telekom is apparently ahead of the game again when it comes to Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6s and 6s Plus devices. The company recently launched an online reservation program again before the Cupertino-based company even made an official announcement and unveiling of the new smartphones. According to website Apfelpage.de, this online reservation program is for consumers who are interested in purchasing Apple’s next iPhones.

    The mobile carrier never specifically named the ‘iPhone 6s’ or ‘iPhone 6s Plus,’ as no one is sure that will be the official name of the upcoming devices. But the program only works for those who are getting a new contract with Deutsche Telekom or for those who want to extend their existing contract. By signing up with a valid phone number and email address, the company promises preferred delivery for the future device.

    This is not the first time Deutsche Telekom did something like this, as back in 2011 the mobile company launched a similar early bird program for Apple’s iPhone 4s. The company used a ticket-based reservation service 4 years ago when the 4s was unveiled. Upon signing up, customers basically get their names listed on the pre-order system which works on a first-come first-serve basis. There is no date listed on the signup, but ensures that consumers will get a quick delivery to their doorstep when released.

    We wish U.S. mobile carriers like AT&T and Verizon would have something similar so the websites don’t crash the midnight of pre-order release. Do you guys think maybe some carriers will learn from Deutsche Telekom? If you use
    Deutsche Telekom and want to sign up, click our source link below and it will bring you to the page.

    Source: Apfelpage.de, Deutsche Telekom
    This article was originally published in forum thread: German Carrier Deutsche Telekom Taking Reservations for Upcoming iPhones Already started by Akshay Masand View original post