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T-Mobile will Offer $0 Down iPhone 5C and $99 Down iPhone 5S on September 20

T-Mobile will feature the $99 down iPhone 5S and $0 down iPhone 5C with 2-year contract starting Friday, September 20th. And it has broken the record regarding number of customers during the month of August.

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T-Mobile will Offer $0 Down iPhone 5C and $99 Down iPhone 5S on September 20

T-Mobile will Offer $0 Down iPhone 5C and $99 Down iPhone 5S on September 20

T-Mobile has announced today that it will offer iPhone 5S 16GB model for $99 down payment but with 24 equal monthly payments of $22.91. iPhone 5C 16GB model will be offered without any down payment with 24 equal monthly payments of $22. Friday, September 20th will be the starting sale date for both devices. Pre-orders are now open for both iPhone models.

T-Mobile Simple Choice Plan will also offer iPhone 5S 32GB variant at an introductory price of $199 down with 24 monthly payments of $22.91 and 64GB model at $299 down with 24 monthly payments of $22.91. iPhone 5C 32GB will also be available for $99 down with 24 monthly payments of $22.91.

T-Mobile has challenged the likes of AT&T, Verizon and Sprint. It has within a short span become a force to be reckoned with. In fact, T-Mobile has come up with a platform called the UNcarrier. The reason is T-Mobile is something even bigger than a carrier

Its CMO, Mike Sievert spoke of how the company had won over a large number of subscribers the previous month. And this was during the second quarter. While up until now it was the fourth largest network carrier in the United States, all that appears to be changing rapidly. 

President and CEO of T-Mobile US Inc., John Legere said, "As the Un-carrier, T-Mobile has the backs of consumers. We tossed annual service contract requirements and un-leashed JUMP! to provide more choice, flexibility and affordability. Now, with T-Mobile, you can enjoy your iPhone the way it was meant to be enjoyed - without restriction." 

By this year’s end T-Mobile may just overtake Sprint in the race for connectivity. The organization has taken the bull by the horns and is offering all services for a mere $70 per month in an effort to lure valuable clientele. LTE services began this year and are progressing at breakneck speed. Over 160 million US citizens are currently receiving the service. 

The only region where T-Mobile lacks potential is in coverage. It could use some popularity via the surrealistic field of advertising. Whatever the case, by now the company’s efforts have started bearing fruit. The company also got footloose by rejecting various burdensome contracts this year. 

Furthermore, since T-Mobile will be supporting iPhones 5S and 5C soon, it is all dressed for success. The former is a wondroussmart phone with special features while the latter is the most colorful iPhone ever invented by Apple.  

 

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Streaming subscription services continue to grow, but the business model behind many of these services is questionable at best. Pandora’s number of active users is up 7.5 percent from last year, but they lost $11,700,000 in the second quarter of 2014. What about the competition? A couple subscription services have just released some key numbers. Rhapsody International has announced that Rhapsody and Napster have over two million subscribers. This number also includes unRadio subscribers ...
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Rhapsody International nabs two million premum service subscribers

Source: MacNN

Rhapsody International announced today that it hit a significant milestone for its business. The company announced that it reached two million subscribers for its premium services, including Rhapsody, Napster and the joint venture with T-Mobile called unRadio. On the success of unRadio, the company stated plans ...
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Tech Talk Tuesday: T-Mobile Set To Crush Sprint, AT&T & Verizon

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We all know T-Mobile has been trying to raise the bar to compete with other carriers, but they might just crack the bank with their latest move. Sprint’s “Framily” plan which is currently $160 per month for 4 lines with 4GB of total data(1GB per phone), was considered to be 1 of the most affordable plans until today. T-Mo’s plan is set to be $100 per month for 4 lines with 10 GB of total data(2.5GB per phone), & no overage fe ...
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Microsoft offers affordable Nokia Lumia 635 and Fitbit Flex bundle

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Rhapsody hits 2 million paid members

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