T-Mobile iPhone 6 pre-registration page is live, pre-order from September 12

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As I’m sure you’re aware, Apple announced its latest smartphones at a huge event in the iconic Flint Center, near its HQ in Cupertino last night. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 plus are the largest and most-hyped about Apple smartphones ever to be launched by Tim Cook’s company.

Although there was no official PR release from T-Mobile, the company did quietly launch the pre-registration page for the iPhone 6 on its online store. Customers can sign up to be notified when the device will be available to purchase. Information we already know, of course. T-Mo, along with most other carriers, will start selling the devices on September 19th. T-Mobile will also be accepting pre-orders from hopeful buyers from this Friday, September 12.

T-Mobile doesn’t have anything on its site about specific pricing, but thankfully Apple’s online store reveals that information. iPhone 6 will sell for $649, $749 and $849 for the 16, 64 and 128 GB options while the iPhone 6 plus will be $749, $849 and $949 for the same storage versions. Presuming they’re available for $0 down on EIP, you can expect to make monthly payments of $27 or more.

As we mentioned in our iPhone 6 post yesterday, the new devices will both be T-Mobile Wi-Fi calling and VoLTE compatible.  In fact, with Wi-Fi calling, T-Mobile is one of only two global carriers partnering with Apple to enable the feature. The other is Deutsche Telekom half-owned EE in the UK. So, T-Mo customers can feel privileged on that front.

Sources: Apple and T-Mobile

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  • ThomasTJD

    Does anybody know about what time on the 12th we can pre order? Midnight or 10am? Would it be a better idea to pre order online or call in? Existing Customer here!

    • bisayan

      This….would like to know as well..Thanks!

    • Tim Moore

      Well through Apple themselves, it starts at 3am EDT. I would assume the same for t-mobile but don’t know for sure.

      • Cam Bunton

        Yeah, it’s normally 12am Pacific. 8am in the UK.. So I’m all good. ;-)

    • Jon

      I don’t think there will be a specific time. Just remain glued to your web browser. I couldn’t get a time from customer service. This will most likely sell quickly. You know the old saying about snoozing.

      • Lmrvrgs

        ATT website says preorders start at 12am for them. wish Tmobile would also put the hour. whatever it is i guarantee you it will not be a smooth process

        • Jon

          Then that question might be answered today at the event T-Mobile is having. This is really the first time the company will offer an iPhone at launch.

        • sloanie

          I’d say it’s the first time they’ve had an iPhone pre-order– they got the 5S at launch last year same time as everyone else, but there was no preorder anywhere. Went pretty smooth for me.

        • sloanie

          It actually wasn’t bad ordering a 5S last year from T-Mobile– certainly far better experience than 6 months earlier when I had tried to pre-order the HTC One (though there were no pre-orders with Apple or any carrier last year for the 5S– just orders the first day of availability).

      • Really wish you could pre-order for Simple Choice plans through Apple’s website. That would make my life so much easier.

      • Aooga

        You can’t jump online, right? You have to go to a store?

        • CalicoKJ

          You can JUMP online. You just have to login to your account.

        • Aooga

          I tried that, but I get this message, “Visit a store to upgrade with JUMP! today” and the only button I get is “Store Locator”.

        • CalicoKJ

          Interesting…mine will let me. I’m on JUMP 1.0 though, not sure if that makes a difference. I would call CS and see if they can shed any light on things.

        • Goat

          I’m on the old jump, I remember the phone selection page…But I really hope this is still available, hoping to see an answer :)

        • Aooga

          I’m on 1.0 as well. Yeah I’ll call.

        • Camille

          I talked to a T-Mobile rep today and he specifically said that JUMP customers have to go to the store to get the phone using JUMP. Can’t do it online.

        • Aooga

          Okay thanks. This is new though. I previously was able to do it online.

    • trife

      If this launch is anything like the 5s launch, it’ll be somewhere between 2-3 AM central time, unfortunately. One good thing about it though is that orders tend to ship out the same day since the orders come in so early. I ordered right when they went live and had my 5s at my doorstep by Monday afternoon.

    • T-Mobile Cares

      You will be able to order your new device at 12:AM PST. I hope this answers your question.

    • TYLERDERK

      Why pre order? Really just make your life easier and go into the store when they have them! Silly Rabbit

      • CalicoKJ

        Because if your store is like mine, they might get a dozen initially…maybe. I’d rather fight the server traffic from the comfort of my home than have to stand in line at the store.

      • People have these things called jobs.

  • Has anyone pre-ordered iPhones with T-Mobile before, while moving TO T-Mobile? We’re taking a family plan and I want to pre-order Friday as soon as I can so we can be among the first to receive the devices. Anybody know if it’s a simple process?

    • g

      I would recommend going to a store to have your account setup correctly then go preorder. It will be a much smoother process

      • Unfortunately I have family members that are scattered around the area and we can’t all be in the same place on the same day. The ordering process is going to have to be done through the net.

        • Mr. Mister

          Only one person is need to set the account up

        • Can I setup an account without buying 4 phones? Without porting my numbers in until the new iPhones arrive? I don’t understand what’s difficult about setting the account up online? The plans are simple enough–4 phones, $100 plan. Order the phones, they come in, I activate. That’s how it works with every other carrier.

        • Chris S

          Yes, you can activate the account first, and purchase or “upgrade” the phones later when they are released. Just make sure you have names of those needing to get the phones as authorized users on the account.

          Are you doing the ETF reimbursement from switching to T-mobile?

        • Yes. We’re switching from Verizon.

          If I setup an account before ordering, can I still use the T-Mobile website to pre-order the new iPhones to use on the Simple Choice 4 for $100 plan?

        • Chris S

          If you’re doing the ETF reimbursement, then you have to purchase the phones and port the numbers within 7 days of opening an account. So, if you open it on Friday (for the pre-order), then you’ll pretty much have to have the phones “upgraded” and activated on the account on the 19th, which is exactly on release date.

          EDIT:

          OR if you order the phones online, you have 14 days from when your device ships to trade in. The 7 day is only for in store.

        • So you’re saying if I pre-order an iPhone on Friday and it doesn’t arrive by next Friday, I’m out of luck for ETF reimbursement? That seems a bit off-putting.

        • Chris S

          No, I’m not saying that. If you don’t get the phone because of shipment or out of stock, or even you not being able to pre order in time, that isn’t your fault. You ou can probably discuss that with customer service and let them know though.

        • Thanks for clarifying the online order portion. That seems a lot easier. As long as I can pre-order Friday, get the devices activated when they arrive, trade in devices, and file for ETF reimbursement, I’m happy.

        • I also wish installment plans worked differently. I’d love to pay off more of the device when I’m financially able to in order to reduce the monthly payment. From what I’ve read, this isn’t possible. Instead, it just takes months off of the installment plan.

        • Chris S

          Yeah, if you start the EIP payments, for instance if the payments are $30, it will stay $30 even if you pay MORE towards the device later. The amount comes off the back end unfortunately and doesn’t reduce monthly EIP’s. But just put the JUMP! Insurance on there and trade it in every year when each iPhone comes out.

        • T-Mobile Cares

          Yes, we will provide you with temporary numbers until you are ready to port your numbers over. You will incur monthly charges from the time you create your accounts, but you will be able to pre-order your devices at that time.

        • Mr. Mister

          You can set up an future port. Kinda like buying a phone as a Christmas gift.

        • TYLERDERK

          You need to port your number sell T-Mobile any phone and buy a phone to qualify for ETF payoff.

  • Norf_Norf

    If you want to do the uncannier plans how do you pre-order? I’m assuming preorder means you have to pay the full amount?

    • Lmrvrgs

      you take the total amount of the phone and substract 480$ if you want to keep paying 20$ a month. lets say a phone total will cost 1000$ you will pay 520$ up front to keep your monthly payments at 20$

      • Can you pay extra towards specific devices on your account after you first buy it? For instance, if I buy an iPhone 6 Plus, can I buy it for the cost of the downpayment, and then send an additional $100 next month to continue reducing the cost of the EIP?

        • Lmrvrgs

          if you do that then it reduces the EIP on the backend. so say you pay an extra 100$ in one month then you will knock off 5 months off the payments, so instead of 24 months you will pay it off in 19 months

        • Got it. So, you’re saying the only way to reduce the monthly cost is to put down more money up front? Do you know if there’s a way to do this from the website when ordering phones? In this instance, when pre-ordering the iPhone 6?

        • Lmrvrgs

          from my understanding thats the way to reduce your monthly payments by paying more money up front. as far as my understanding from calling in customer support. I’m not sure whats going to happen with the preorder but i am going to imagine that the more money you put upfront on the preorder the less your monthly payments will be

        • Hm. That’s kind of silly.

      • Norf_Norf

        Thanks, I can pay $400 upfront so hopefully thats how they do it and then I will just pay it off by the end of the year

  • Swapd

    How much do you think down payment will be an the the 32 GB iPhone 6?

    • Chris S

      If you’re “well qualified”, it’ll be the sales tax x the full retail of it ($750).

      Edit: ^ that was for the 64 GB. But yes, basically, if you’re well qualified, it’ll just be the sales tax x the full retail of whatever you get.

      • Swapd

        I’m not sure how I’ll qualify or how strict t-mobile is with that. I recently switched but did not buy a phone from them yet. Student loans suck lol

        • Chris S

          Did you have to pay a deposit? If you did, then you would need to pay a higher down payment upfront.

        • Jalen

          I paid a deposit last year and I’m trying to use my Jump feature, would it still be $0 down for me?

        • Chris S

          How much was the deposit? If you paid $50 or more as a security deposit for the account, you’ll probably have to pay a down payment.

        • Jalen

          and that would be defined by my credit, right?

        • Rob

          Yes

        • KingCobra

          T-Mobile usually charges half of the retail price upfront for those with less than “well qualified” credit. The monthly payments are much lower though

        • Swapd

          Yeah I paid $50

    • fiko

      There’s no 32 GB iPhone 6.

      • Swapd

        I meant 64 GB I had a brain freeze lol

    • Adrayven

      They dropped the 32gb version and put the 64 GB iPhone in it’s price point.. basically doubling what you get for the extra $100..

      And as far as I know from my talk with T-mo rep an hour ago, it’s 0 down unless you don’t have good credit.

    • JE_25

      If you look at pricing T-Mobile usually keeps the base phone at $0 down. Then as you go up in size add $100 to the down payment. That way they keep the monthly payment at a standard rate.

  • J Cav the Great

    If I was interested. And I decide to buy it when its at the store…how long do I have to return it if I don’t like it? I remember back in 2010 I wanted to return my HD2 and I passed the 14 day period. Is it still 14 days?

    • Adrayven

      Check with rep, but 14 days sounds likely. You might do the Test Drive .. Thats supposed to get you the latest iPhone based on whats out.

    • JE_25

      You have 14 days to return the phone. They do charge a $50 restocking fee if you return it.

    • bob90210

      You have 14 days in most states (it’s 30 days in California) to return the phone. If you buy it from Apple, there’s no restocking fee.

      • thepanttherlady

        I do believe it is now 14 days here in California as well.

  • Moore Teacher

    If anyone is interested in unlimited data for a year and are switching to Tmo let me know. Use my email as your refer a friend. We both get unlimited data. let me know at mooreokteacher@gmail.com.

    • flofilo

      How does this work in terms of pricing? Do i pay full $80 for unlimited data or cheaper and still get unlimited data because of your referral?

    • Israel

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    • SJ
  • Jeremy

    If I pre order online when do you think we will start receiving the phones? Will they ship out the day before so they arrive on the 19th or will they most likely begin arriving the week after.

  • Derek

    Isn’t T mobile having an event now. Cam are you on it?

    • sloanie

      1pm Pacific… so in just over an hour or so.

  • maximus1901

    Price in UK for 16gb model including VAT tax is $869 while in USA it’s $649 + state sales tax which in michigan comes to $687.
    Hope you’re getting your money’s worth from all the socialism that $181 tax gets you Cam!

    • hanfeedback

      Pretty sure hes not, you havent seen all the stories about the 5th worlders running amok there?

  • Guest

    I wonder if retail stores will carry the 64-gig variant, or if they’ll continue to only have the 16-gigs in store. I hope they’ll have both…

    • KingCobra

      I hope so too. T-Mobile annoys me by having only 16GB versions of phones in store.

  • Gavan Bruderer

    I went into the Apple Store today to feel out what they were doing for Tmo customers on launch day. You can utilize Jump! at an Apple Store (they launched it last week), and that will continue to be the case on the 19th. So if you want a 64GB or 128GB the day of, that might be a good option.

  • 16gb is way too low so I’d have to spring for the 64gb…but $849?? I think I’ll stick with my G3 that was just under $600 thanks haha. Does look nice though

    • Eddie Michael

      I thought the same thing but have you seen their iCloud pricing? You can get 20GBs of iCloud storage for 99 cents a month. Thats pretty damn good considering the ease of syncing and storing without using your computer.

    • Luis

      749 for 64g for Iphone 6 and 849 for iphone 6 plus.

  • flameraver64

    How would this work? I’m currently with T-Mobile and am due for an upgrade. I know that if you buy the iPhone 6 at an Apple Store you have to pay the full price upfront, is it the same thing if you get it directly from T-Mobile? I’ve never upgraded a phone, since I’ve changed carriers a couple times, and I’m not sure how it works.

    • Gavan Bruderer

      If you are with T-Mobile, you can upgrade at the Apple store using Jump, and you won’t have to pay upfront. I confirmed this with an Apple Store Employee today

      • flameraver64

        I don’t have Jump, so I guess my question was more about either paying the full cost upfront, or doing the monthly payments over 2 years. I know you can do a monthly payment for the 5S and other phones in the T-Mobile store, and obviously buying it at the Apple Store means you’re paying full price upfront, but does the preorder from T-Mobile require a full upfront payment or can you do the monthly payment?

        • Gavan Bruderer

          I think Apple is offering exactly what T-Mobile is, but only in-store. If you want to pre-order it online, do it with T-Mobile, because Apple’s online store is only selling the full priced phone. The retail stores are selling them like T-Mobile would, with multiple payment options as I understand.

        • iOSX

          So Apple is offering EIP pricing in-store? Because up until this point you could only buy the device out right at the Apple Store I believe.

        • Greg

          you can use jump at the Apple Store

        • iOSX

          I don’t have nor want JUMP!. I have a regular Simple Choice plan, and while I don’t have a problem going to the T-Mobile store to pick up my iPhone 6, it would at least be convenient to be able to do the same at an Apple Store.

    • Eddie Michael

      Pre order it online friday night! I havent gotten confirmation but we should get them delivered on release date, Sep 19th. And I am sure you can sign up for the Jump program online with the pre order.

  • Paul Garrison

    Apple has just order millions of wheel barrels to carry all the money they will rake in from the iPhone 6s.

    • Luis

      LoL

  • the MAN just cursed on stage “why the fuck not” LMAO.. I love him

  • AJ

    Does anyone know if you could use JUMP to preorder the iphone online? I called tmobile today and they said I could, but when I tried just to test it out, it pulled up the store locator.

    • Vasu Tummala

      I had the same issue. Were you using Safari? Their terrible site has some bug that cause a second content block to not render in Safari, but it seems ok in Chrome and Firefox. In that 2nd content block is an option to Upgrade with Jump, and then you get shown a list of phones, and you have to answer a few questions about whether it’s damaged or not. If it is damaged, you need to file in insurance claim first, receive a new device in the mail, and then Jump to a new phone.

      Furthermore, I asked if the iPhone 6/6+ would even show up in the list of devices to Jump to, and the rep said he didn’t know yes or no on that.

    • Eddie Michael

      If you have paid half the phone off then you should be able to, but you cant pre order until Midnight Friday or 3am Sat, something like that. Spoke with a Rep last night about the exact same thing lol.

  • atlvideoguy

    I talked with Apple Store today, I’m just going to order thru Apple, when you pre-order if you do it earlier enough on september 12, you can arrange to pick up your new phone at the apple store close to you on september 19. the other benefit is my phone will come unlocked and it will still work with t-mobile wifi calling and texting.

    • Huzaifa

      But can you get it on t-mobile’s equipment installment plan?

      • atlvideoguy

        I don’t know, I’m paying full price on one of my credit cards and getting some cash back. I don’t want my iPhone to be locked to only T-Mobiles network.

        • Huzaifa

          Oh okay! yeah that makes sense.

        • Eddie Michael

          T-Mobile Unlocks your iphone for you when you finish paying for it, If you have the payment plan. If not, and you have bought it cash through them, simply give them a call and they will unlock it. I unlock every iPhone I get with them because its not in contract and they NEVER tell me I cant unlock it. Customer support is amazing with T mobile. I usually tell them I’m just selling it on craigslist and it adds value but really you shouldn’t need a reason and I’m sure they would still unlock it.

        • atlvideoguy

          I’m aware of this, I unlocked my iPhone 5S after paying it off. I just don’t feel like waiting 3-7 business days for unlock request to go thru and having to do a system restore as part of the unlock process.

      • KingCobra

        No EIP from the Apple Store. You’ll have to pay in full.

    • Huzaifa

      But can you get it on t-mobile’s equipment installment plan?

    • CraigC

      This is a question I immediately had yesterday – Will the T-Mobile “contract free” 6 and 6 Plus, if ordered from the Apple Store, be SIM unlocked? Are you saying you asked Apple that question, and they confirmed that yes, it’s SIM unlocked? Thanks!

      • KingCobra

        Purchased from Apple it’s unlocked. They don’t sell a locked T-Mobile phone. The “T-Mobile” one that they sell is essentially just the unlocked model with a T-Mobile sim in it.

        • CraigC

          Thanks atlvideoguy and KingCobra, I called T-Mobile yesterday and asked: “Probably locked, we don’t really know.” I called Apple today: “We don’t know if it’s locked or unlocked.” So, yay. I will probably go ahead and pre-order. If it comes locked, and T-Mobile won’t unlock it for me asap (I know they have the outrageous 40 day requirement – not acceptable if I’m paying full price) then I’ll return it and wait until a proper “unlocked” version is announced. This SIM-locking nonsense needs to STOP. If T-Mobile truly wants to be UN-carrier, they should be the first to call a complete halt to this practice.

      • atlvideoguy

        I’m paying full price so i know for a fact it will be unlocked. I don’t feel like going through the unlock process with t-mobile again where i have to wait 3-7 days for the unlock to be approved and i don’t like having to do system restore & upgrade to whatever apples current iOS is in order for the phone to be unlocked.

  • atlvideoguy

    I talked with Apple Store today, I’m just going to order thru Apple, when you pre-order if you do it earlier enough on september 12, you can arrange to pick up your new phone at the apple store close to you on september 19. the other benefit is my phone will come unlocked and it will still work with t-mobile wifi calling and texting.

  • KingCobra

    Anyone else notice T-Mobile still hasn’t reduced the price of the 5C and 5S?

    • iOSX

      They’re probably waiting until pre-orders of the 6 start, or maybe even until the actual date of release.

    • Dante

      They did actually. The 5S was originally 648. Now it’s 600. The 5C was originally 549. Now its 499.92. They should go down another 50 when the 6 comes out though

  • iOSX

    I’m still mad that Apple isn’t supporting T-Mobile’s EIP while at the same time supporting AT&T Next or whatever.

    • Luis

      It happens..

    • rafe1621

      I’ve spoken to two different T-Mo reps and 1 apple store employee and they all said that the Apple Store now supports EIP.

  • Greg

    jumps not good at the Apple Store

  • Stefan

    I’m wondering, i’m on the simple choice plan with no jump because i have a Factory unlocked iPhone 5s from Apple, will I be able to preorder the iPhone 6 from the T-Mobile website on September 12, and pay it off monthly?

    • Yes

    • TBN27

      I went to the apple store and they offer trade in programs they told me. I also own an unlocked iPhone 5 and at the time, they would give me 300 for my phone. But now since the iPhone 6 is coming out it probably is with less.

  • Greg

    what’s the deal with jump at the Apple Store

  • Jeremiah Rivera

    According to a Tmo rep, they’ll start shipping the preordered iPhone 6s on the 19th! That’s ridiculous! I’m praying the rep I spoke to was misinformed.

    • HeyMae

      Last year I preordered the iPhone 5 because for tmobile it was new and they said it would be shipped the day it came out instead of arrive on the release day. Well that was wrong. Showed up the day it came out so I would say the same goes for this. It should arrive the 19th.

    • Norf_Norf

      bro calm down especially if you already have an iPhone. I have the iPhone 5 and i am upgrading to the 6 if i have to wait i won’t die.

  • Jerry Rich

    You buy an unlocked phone from apple, you sure you’ll have wi-fi calling?

    • Luis

      Yes, the phone is capable of doing this but only when enabled with T-Mobile as a carrier.

  • Moises Lugo

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    • Abi

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      • Moises Lugo

        Just sent you the referral. Thank you

        • C

          I’d like one too!! rhino_15@hotmail.com

        • Moises Lugo

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        • Zz

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          Thanx!!!

        • Moises Lugo

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        • Rob

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        • Moises Lugo

          Did you switch to tmobile? If yes we need to finish the registration process to get the free unlimited data offer.

        • Moises Lugo

          Did you switch to tmobile? If yes we need to finish the registration process to get the free unlimited data offer

        • squawknull

          I’ll take one – squawknull@hifiit.com

        • Moises Lugo

          Did you switch to tmobile? If yes we need to finish the registration process to get the free unlimited data offer.

        • squawknull

          I think I did something wrong. Can you resend me the link please as I’ve lost it, and I’ll give it another shot.

        • Moises Lugo

          Sent you the link again

        • squawknull

          Hrmm. Can you email me directly rather than through this so we can coordinate?

        • Moises Lugo

          Sent you a direct email

      • Moises Lugo

        Did you switch to tmobile? If yes we need to finish the registration process to get the free unlimited data offer.

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    • Manny

      yes please. meme78@icloud.com

  • AJ

    So my phone is paid off and I also have jump. Can I preorder the iphone without using jump and still get the upgrade price?

    • Dante R

      There is no “upgrade price” on T-Mobile. All phones are full price. So yes, you can get the new one however you qualify, whether it’s 0 down or not for you. Since you paid off your device, you can either keep it, OR trade it in towards the iPhone 6.

    • Luis

      Yes, you can. If your phone is paid of “JUMP” is unnecessary because you are the owner of the phone. “JUMP” basically pays off the debt of your current IEP, and then you will have to pay the down payment for the next phone chosen. In your case, you paid off your phone so this is irrelevant. I suggest you remove yourself from the “JUMP” insurance, save yourself $2, and get the Premium Headset coverage for $8.

      • AJ

        ya I was thinking about that.

  • Chris

    I just have one quick question just to clear it out… I called a T-Mobile Representative yesterday just to find out T-Mobile’s procedures on pre-ordering the iPhone 6, and the rep told me the simple obvious questions on the launch day and pre order date and how both iPhones are coming out at the same time, etc…
    BUT my question I asked and don’t understand from reading comments is that, I asked “are we able to pre-order online or how do we pre-order?”
    HE responded saying that we can only pre-order at the store. Online pre-ordering is not available.

    SO MY QUESTION TO ALL OF YOU IS, IS THIS TRUE OR AM I ABLE TO PRE-ORDER THE PHONE ONLINE JUST LIKE OTHER CARRIERS AT 2:00am CDT

    • PK

      T-mobile is doing a pretty bad job a relaying how to go about this for current customers that are on or off JUMP, have a EIP or don’t have a EIP, and new customers. I just talked to a rep and she informed me that if you are a current JUMP customer, you will have to do this in store day of release… which pretty much means you are very unlikely to get your iPhone 6 or 6+ day of release, especially if you wanted anything more than the 16 GB model. The pre-order will only work if you own your device and don’t have an EIP, or if you are a new customer. She also told me that apple will not be doing anything with JUMP/EIP in their stores, which I have read here that they will.. Seems like everyone is hearing something different. Hopefully something that is outlined nicely will come from them or tmonews today.

      • Chris

        I agree, T-Mobile is doing a very unsatisfying job on providing accurate information for their customers on obtaining a simple phone. I currently am on the Simple Choice Family Plan, and I do have a EIP on one phone that I currently have but have it on a different line that I would be upgrading. Well good thing I would be only ordering the 16GB model but I just want to be sure that I am able to pre-order this device, actually 2 iphones for the same account. The only reason I am upset is because I do not want to stand outside tomorrow waiting to pre-order my phone at the T-Mobile Store and not be able to arrange anything, due to the fact that the Rep said that just go the day of pre-order, order it, and come back the next friday to pick it up at the same store you pre-ordered it from. But hopefully we are all able to pre-order no matter if we are on EIP.

      • G

        I just got off the phone with a rep, who stated there would be a link available on tmobile.com website, to preorder the iphone 6. She was unable to give me an exact time, as to when it would go live. She stated upon clicking this link, one would be able to upgrade via JUMP.

  • Ra

    I hope they release information today because id like to know. I’ll be rather annoyed if I saved my Jump! And I can’t even use it to preorder.

  • Jeagg

    I just spoke with phone rep to clear up some confusion about my EIP balances. All in my effort to make sure there are no hiccups tonight when I preorder iPhone6. She stated that Tmobile customers can preorder via website, in-store, or over the phone. She then added that online is probably best because during iPhone5 release – their phone lines were SLAMMED. I hope this helps and good luck to everyone looking to preorder – just make sure to leave one for me ;-)

  • Kenny

    Can I pre-order on T-Mobile website and pick it up at T-Mobile in store on the 19th?

    • Kenny

      I called T-Mobile and the answer is no.

      • sgib32

        Does Tmobile have a ETA for the pre order phones?

  • Wolfsbane

    Been up all night trying to pre-order on line. Literally all night. Still have not been able to complete the order. I called in and T mobiles internal system is down so can’t pre-order via phone. What an embarrassment to T-Mobile!

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Hope everyone that orders one gets theirs in a timely manner and that they enjoy their device.

    I haven’t been on this site in a while but thought I’d stop by and see what tmonews was up to lately.