In case super-convenient lease programs like JUMP! On Demand, increased efforts to remove roaming limitations, and Advanced Messaging or native video calling services weren’t enough to prove T-Mobile is serious about retaining its US carrier bronze medal and going for silver before long, the Lifetime Coverage Guarantee promotion should convince you Magenta is at least worth a try.

What’s there to lose, when you can put the network to the test, alongside a brand-new superphone, for 30 days, then get all your money back if you’re not satisfied? That’s right, in your first month of service, you’re now able to return any phone leased through JUMP! On Demand, with a full refund and reimbursement of “any service costs.”

Normally, the trial would end after the 30 days, and you’d be stuck with T-Mo for the remainder of your 18-month commitment, with three device upgrades allowed a year. But the Lifetime Coverage Guarantee program ups the ante, ensuring you forever against signal drops.

Not content with your network speeds, say, three, six, nine or 16 months on the heels of your JOD pledge? Give the “Uncarrier” a ring, have your phone unlocked for use at competing operators, and simply continue to make your interest-free device payments. No surcharges, no catches, and yes, you’ll even receive your current month’s service tax back.

This clearly shows great confidence on T-Mobile’s part in its rapidly growing coverage map, and if anything, it could be a very simple way for you to own an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus for up to a month, no strings attached.

Besides the 3D Touch-capable new iPhones, the larger variant of which will set you back $24 a month instead of $20, qualifying JUMP! On Demand and Lifetime Coverage Guarantee handhelds include the iPhone 6, 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Note 4, and LG G4, with “more on the way.”

Source: T-Mobile Newsroom

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