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T-Mobile Announces ‘Jump’ Upgrade Plan

The new plan will help T-Mobile keep the loyalty of those who want the newest gadgets from the Samsung Galaxy and Apple iPhone lines.
The new plan will help T-Mobile keep the loyalty of those who want the newest gadgets from the Samsung Galaxy and Apple iPhone lines.

[PCMAG.COM]

T-Mobile today announced a new upgrade plan called “Jump” where subscribers on installment plans will be able to, after six months, trade in their phones for new devices twice a year.

“Two years is too long to wait. That’s 730 days of watching new phones come out that you can’t have,” T-Mobile CEO John Legere said during a Wednesday event in New York.

Jump will cost $10 per month over the phone’s monthly installment plan price, and that will include comprehensive phone insurance as well.

Read more about T-Mobile’s new upgrade plan at pcmag.com.

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