With T-Mobile Jump On Demand Customers Can Get A New Phone Anytime

Posted: Jun 25 2015, 10:33am CDT | by , in News | Technology News


With T-Mobile Jump On Demand Customers Can Get a new Phone Anytime

T-Mobile announced another bold offer. Customers can upgrade to a new phone up to 3 times per year. Listen to T-Mobile CEO John Legere sell you his new offer.

T-Mobile doubles up on the Un-carrier campaign with a new disrupting offer. T-Mobile is rolling out a series of epic updates to some of its wildly popular Un-carrier moves this summer and calling it "Un-carrier Amped." Today, T-Mobile kicked things off with the JUMP! program, and introducing the industry’s lowest monthly cost to get an iPhone 6 when you trade-in your smartphone. 

With T-Mobile’s new JUMP! On Demand, one low monthly phone payment covers the cost of a new smartphone and gives you the freedom to swap it for a new one absolutely anytime you like … at no extra cost. Which means you don’t pay a penny to walk out the door with your new smartphone today–not even sales tax, with qualifying credit. No fees to upgrade whenever you want, no waiting and no worries about paying off your old phone when you upgrade. 

“While the carriers are breaking every promise they’ve ever made with their knock-off upgrade programs, we’re racing full speed ahead, making one of our most popular moves even better,” said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. “JUMP! On Demand is the best way to get a new smartphone whenever you want. Zero out the door. Zero at upgrade. Zero fees. Zero wait. Zero BS.”

Nearly half of Americans say they wish their carrier would let them upgrade their smartphone more often. So they’re counting the days until they can get that next new smartphone. With Jump! On Demand, you can get a new smartphone whenever you want at no extra cost.

Here’s how JUMP! On Demand works: Get a new smartphone for zero out of pocket with qualifying credit, and zero sales tax due today, followed by one low monthly payment that includes the cost of that new smartphone and, for free, the ultimate freedom to upgrade whenever you want. When you want a new smartphone, just swap your old phone for a new one. That’s it.

Customers with JUMP! On Demand can upgrade anytime − tomorrow, next week or next month − up to three times a year. Simply bring in the last phone you got with JUMP! On Demand for a quick three-point check-up to ensure it’s in good working order and swap it out for a new smartphone. Which means you could get six brand new phones during the time it’d take to get one upgrade at Verizon.

When you get a smartphone with JUMP! On Demand, your monthly payment is about the same as it would be with regular financing, and there’s no extra $10 monthly program fee.  T-Mobile’s most popular smartphones are available with JUMP! On Demand. See the full list of available smartphones at www.t-mobile.com/jumpondemand in the FAQs.

Existing JUMP! customers can get a new smartphone with JUMP! On Demand the next time they upgrade, and won’t have to pay that extra $10 per month because the ability to upgrade whenever you want is now included in your monthly phone payment.  And, if you still want device insurance (Premium Handset Protection), it only costs $8 per month.

JUMP! On Demand is available in participating T-Mobile stores nationwide starting June 28th.  

T-Mobile needs some good news right now as reports come in from T-Mobile iPhone users that experience crashes and blue-screens. I personally never saw a blue screen on an iPhone, but apparently they exist similar to the hated Windows blue screen of death.

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/2" rel="author">Luigi Lugmayr</a>
Luigi Lugmayr () is the founding chief Editor of I4U News and brings over 15 years experience in the technology field to the ever evolving and exciting world of gadgets. He started I4U News back in 2000 and evolved it into vibrant technology magazine.
Luigi can be contacted directly at ml@i4u.com.




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