News by admin on Thursday September 24, 2015.
|Sponsored links, if any, appear in green.|
T-Mobile, Verizon, and indeed Apple have all revealed upgrade programs for the iPhone moving forward, replacing the normal subsidized phone contracts. But what about the companies that are still doing the traditional model, like AT&T and Sprint? Well, AT&T has yet to reveal what it is doing with the iPhone 6s, but Sprint has just revealed a payment option of just $1 for the new iPhone 6s.This is obviously a move to undercut T-Mobile as the two companies are locked in a battle for third place in the mobile carrier market. T-Mobile is allowing customers to pay just $5 for the iPhone 6s when they trade in an iPhone 6 with the company's Jump! On Demand program. Sprint says it can go one better with its deal that will give you the new iPhone if you trade in an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus, although you still have to pay for the monthly voice and data plan.