T-Mobile Announces JUMP! On Demand

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T-Mobile announced JUMP! On Demand on Thursday, June 25, 2015.

T-Mobile is known to innovate in today’s market. The carrier’s recent announcement should appeal to those who enjoy upgrading smartphones frequently.

JUMP! On Demand from T-Mobile will let a customer upgrade smartphones three times in one year. The customer would trade in their old device for a new handset. A customer’s old device must be in good working condition to be eligible for upgrading.

JUMP! On Demand will no longer come with the $10 monthly fee as the original JUMP! T-Mobile will also no longer require sales taxes to be paid for customers with qualifying credit on the new device on the day of purchase. The price for JUMP! On Demand will be included in an individual’s monthly bill.

T-Mobile’s new JUMP! On Demand program will launch nationwide on Sunday, June 28, 2015.

Current devices listed for JUMP! On Demand upgrades include the Apple iPhone 6, Apple iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, and LG G4. Other flagship smartphones will be coming to JUMP! On Demand soon according to T-Mobile.

T-Mobile will also have a promotional offer for the Apple iPhone 6. A consumer can upgrade to an Apple iPhone 6 on T-Mobile’s network and pay $15 a month. A user would trade in their old smartphone and receive a 16GB Apple iPhone 6.

One other thing to note with JUMP! On Demand is that insurance for a smartphone costs an extra $96 a year.

JUMP! On Demand should sound like a dream come true for those who plan to upgrade smartphones often.

Source: T-Mobile

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