T-Mobile Is First To Offer AppleCare For Free In Its Premium Device Protection

Posted: Mar 27 2017, 8:14am CDT | by , Updated: Mar 27 2017, 9:24am CDT, in News | Apple

 
T-Mobile is First to Offer AppleCare for Free in its Premium Device Protection

AppleCare now part of T-Mobiles protection offering.

T-Mobile today became the first national wireless company to give customers AppleCare Services for free as part of its Premium Device Protection services.

Both T-Mobile’s Premium Device Protection (previously called Premium Handset Protection) and JUMP! with Premium Device Protection will now include AppleCare Services for eligible T-Mobile customers who recently purchased a new device.

For $12 a month, iPhone and iPad users can get complete peace of mind with protection from loss, theft or accidental damage, hardware coverage, the security features of Lookout Mobile Security Premium and AppleCare.

T-Mobile customers who purchase a new iPhone or iPad get via AppleCare:

  • 24/7 priority access to AppleCare’s award-winning technical support via chat or phone
  • Low service fees such as $29 for iPhone screen damage
  • $0 for battery service
  • Apple-certified repair or replacement at Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers
  • Software support for iOS, iCloud, and Apple-branded iOS apps
  • Hardware repairs and service backed by Apple

And T-Mobile customers who get the new Premium Device Protection will be able to keep it when they JUMP! to the latest iPhone or iPad - and now that includes AppleCare Services. Read about the upcoming Apple gadgets in 2017.

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