T-Mobile’s JUMP! On Demand offers may have lost some of their appeal for prospective iPhone 6s and 6s Plus buyers, but if you don’t mind siding with Apple’s enemy, and sticking to an older Samsung Galaxy S6, this weekend brings one of the “Uncarrier’s” best trade-in deals in recent memory to the table.

Basically, the standard, non-edgy, non-phablet-sized GS6 is available for free, no contracts required, monthly or upfront payments, as long as you have something similar to discard. iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 6s, 6s Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge, Edge+, S5, Note 5, Note 4, and Note Edge trades score you a gratis S6… for 18 months, after which you actually need to pay for the device or dump it as well.

Chances are you won’t stand to look at the early 2015-released 5.1-incher in spring of 2017, with the Galaxy S8 probably all the rage then, so hopefully, Magenta lets you start over when the time comes, and swap the GS6 for one of its sequels.

Seeking an affordable upgrade from the iPhone 5, 5c, 5s, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8, M9, LG G3 or G4 through Sunday evening? The 32GB Samsung Galaxy S6 can still be yours on T-Mo’s convenient lease program, though you’ll have to cough up $15 every 30 days. Sans a trade-in phone, the S6 costs $0 down and $24 a month, which isn’t half bad either.

One final deal sweetener is a Galaxy Tab A 8.0 on the house from America’s third largest cellular operator, and all you have to do is add a data plan within the first 30 days of ownership after committing to an “eligible” Samsung smartphone, S6 included. Now you understand why Sprint was left in the dust?

Source: T-Mobile
Via: TmoNews

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