News by Luke Jones on Wednesday September 23, 2015.
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T-Mobile has unveiled an enticing upgrade program for the iPhone 6s, a deal clearly worked up to offer an interesting response to Apple?s own iPhone Upgrade Program. Indeed, the Magenta Network, which is as responsible as most for changing the landscape away from carrier contracts, is making it possible to get the new Apple flagship for as little as $5.If you trade in a functioning iPhone 6, T-Mobile will supply you with the new 16GB iPhone 6s for just five bucks a month, while trading in the two year old iPhone 5s will land you the new handset for $10 per month. Hey, even if you have an older iPhone, such as the iPhone 5 or 4s, T-Mobile will still help you out and make the iPhone 6s available for $15 per month. The fourth largest carrier in the United States says that even consumers who have pre-ordered the iPhone 6s can take advantage of this deal. The new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus are due to launch September 25th and Apple has also rolled out a new iPhone Upgrade Program at its retail locations. Every 12 months you can get the newest iPhone model (the base 16GB variant) and extend the program for two years. This will cost $32.41 per month. AppleCare+ is also included in this package, although the $99 fee to replace a screen still applies.
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