Jun 19 2014, 4:25pm CDT | by Ahmed Humayun
Each one of us is aware of the annoying problem of buyer’s remorse. We can all agree on this one that not every choice we made for a purchase made us happier at the end. Sometimes we really want to buy something only to find out later how much we regret it. Well, at least those who are thinking of buying the iPhone 5s wont have to go through this because T Mobile has a solution for them. T-Mobile’s enigmatic CEO and President John Legere made an announcement yesterday about a new initiative which is going to save buyers all the remorse.
This new initiative is called ‘Test Drive’ and it gives away the iPhone 5s to customers free along with unlimited cellular based services for an entire week. The customers can try out the phone for a week long period and after that they can simply drop by the phone at the T Mobile outlet. And incase you happen to like the phone, you can buy it instead of retuning it back, with a 2 year contract. This is quite a simple idea; let customers experience T-Mobile’s network and “put(s) T-Mobile’s data-strong network in the spotlight” as said by John Legere and T-Mobile’s resulting press release.
Ahmed Humayun is a technology journalist bringing you the hottest tech stories of the day.
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