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T-Mobile is already offering a huge discount on the iPhone 6s

Updated Sep 10th, 2015 2:50PM EDT
iPhone 6s On Sale T-Mobile

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Apple just officially announced the iPhone 6s yesterday, but the most hotly anticipated smartphone of the year is already on sale. On Thursday morning, T-Mobile announced that it would be kicking off a limited time promotion in which customers will be able to pick up a 16GB iPhone 6s for $125 off the regular price.

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Traditionally, on T-Mobile’s 18-month JUMP program, you’d be paying $649 over a year and a half, but with the promotion, that price will be cut down to $524. After paying $20/month for 18 months, you can either give the phone back or pay the remaining $164 to keep your iPhone 6s for good.

T-Mobile is making the deal even more attractive by allowing customers to leave T-Mobile if they’re unhappy with the coverage they receive from the carrier. All you have to do is tell T-Mobile that you’re unsatisfied, and they’ll unlock your phone for free while letting you continue to pay for the device itself on the 18-month plan.

UPDATE: It’s worth noting that in the fine print of the plan, T-Mobile states the following: “If you cancel service, promotional device pricing, offers, and device upgrades unavailable.” So in other words, if you want to unlock your device and move to a new carrier, it looks you’ll end up paying the full monthly price for the iPhone 6s rather than the discounted rate.

Additionally, John Legere noted in his blog post that T-Mobile has “more than doubled the square miles we cover with LTE in just over a year.” Combine that with the additional spectrum “that carries our LTE signal twice as far from our towers, for a massive coverage expansion, and works four times better in buildings,” and you’ve got a new initiative the “un”carrier is calling T-Mobile Extended Range LTE. No, it’s not anything the other carriers don’t already offer, but it shows that T-Mobile is catching up.

If you’re looking for an affordable way to upgrade to the new iPhone 6s and want to see if T-Mobile’s network is really as great as Legere claims, you’ll be able to preorder the phone on T-Mobile’s website this Saturday.

Post updated to clarify terms.

Jacob Siegal
Jacob Siegal Associate Editor

Jacob Siegal is Associate Editor at BGR, having joined the news team in 2013. He has over a decade of professional writing and editing experience, and helps to lead our technology and entertainment product launch and movie release coverage.


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