T-Mobile amps up Un-carrier 6.0 for iPhone customers
Watching T-Mobile’s John Legere on video with company announcements is always a treat, not really because of the deals, but because of how he just loves to bash every competitor before delivering the news. That said, the last few deals offered by the T-Mobile haven’t been bad at all. Mobile without borders is one of them, giving users the ability to roam freely across North America, but it seems that this was just part of the plan.
T-Mobile has just announced a few deals that are exclusive for iPhone users, and these make a lot of sense given the current popularity of the device. To start, the company confirms that Apple Music will join its Music Freedom service, meaning you’ll be able to stream your music over the company’s network without it affecting your data limitations. This update is effective immediately, though you still have to pay the Apple Music tax.
The second news is that anyone that updates to a new iPhone from now and until labor day, will be able to do so at the company’s $15/month installment plan, and lock that same upgrade price for the future iPhone when it’s announced, and until the end of the year. The deal also applies to anyone who already upgraded to a new iPhone under that $15/month fee plan. The press release mentions that all you’ll have to do whenever a new iPhone is announced, is trade the upgraded one for the latest model, and Legere also mentions on his video that these customers will receive priority during the first few days.