T-Mobile tweaks JUMP! On Demand pricing for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus

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In the days before the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus launch, T-Mobile offered up all of its pricing details for Apple’s new smartphones, including a $20 per month introductory JUMP! On Demand deal. That price was described as “introductory,” and now it looks like that introductory period has come to an end.

T-Mobile’s iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus landing page was recently updated with a JUMP! On Demand pricing grid that differs a bit from the one that we saw pre-launch. As you can see below, the $20 per month pricing is now gone, leaving the 16GB iPhone 6s at $27 per month. The introductory prices for other models — like $24 for the 16GB iPhone 6s Plus and $18 for the 128GB iPhone 6s — are gone as well.

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Another change that’s worth mentioning involves the trade-in pricing. Previously, the iPhone 5s, Galaxy Note 4, and similar devices would get you a rate of $10 per month for the 16GB iPhone 6s, but that price has now gone up to $15 per month. That price applies to the 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6s models, too, while any of the three iPhone 6s Plus models will cost $19 per month.

Moving on down the line, the iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy S6, Note 5, and similar devices will still get you a 16GB iPhone 6s for $5 per month. Now both the 64GB and 128GB iPhone 6s models will be $5 per month, too, while all three iPhone 6s Plus models are now $9 per month.

Considering that T-Mobile labeled the $20 per month price for the 16GB iPhone 6s as “introductory,” it’s not surprising to see that it’s no longer being offered. (Though T-Mo does still have the word “introductory” in its new pricing grid, too, for whatever reason.) The good news is that if you got a new iPhone 6s under the previous pricing, you’ll get to keep it for the full length of your JUMP! On Demand agreement.

Thanks, @madhatman!

Sources: T-Mobile (1), (2)

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  • Greg

    So if one is on “introductory pricing” and jumps to say the next iPhone (7?) would it keep the same pricing structure or does it loose the promotion discount at the first jump?

    • Alex Wagner

      As tmo guy notes, you’ll lose the pricing. T-Mobile says, “When you sign up for the introductory price, you keep it for the full length of your JUMP! On Demand agreement for as long as you use that phone on T-Mobile.” So JUMP!-ing to another phone would end that price.

      • Dustin Roe

        Except for the offer that ended on Sept 12th for the Iphone 6 which stated upgrade your phone until the end of the year for the same rate.

      • dtam

        for the iPhone only, didn’t Legere say you keep the same pricing forever as long as you keep jumping? if you’re an iPhone fan, I don’t think you need to worry since tmo will match sprint offers

  • tmo guy

    you will lose the pricing, however, there is likely to be another promotion when the 7 comes out.

  • dtam

    wow, that’s ridiculous that an LG G4/HTC One M9 only gets you to $15/month. During the first iPhone 6 promo, I traded in a piece of garbage (alcatel one touch) to get to $15/month. the store rep told me I was smart to trade in a piece of garbage

  • Erick

    I tried to get this deal today and was denied. They said it ended Oct 8th, but nothing was posted until Oct 12th!! Why can’t they post when the promotions ends?? These promotions are not customer friendly. I have to keep calling and going from rep to rep to get the correct answer.

    • Rudy

      I actually went into a TMobile store this morning and was reassured by all the sales reps that the promo was still on. I called another area story and was told the same thing. After they checked their system they confirmed the deal ended on October 6th. It is ridiculous that the sales staff would not know if a promo is going on or not. I wonder what will happen to all that signed up over the weekend thinking they had the promo.

      • Erick

        I agree. I don’t understand why they can’t POST a note on their newsroom.t-mobile.com site. I MEAN…the OLD promotion is STILL there. FRONT PAGE! All they had to do was post an ending date to the promotion. I GUESS the WHOLE Experian MESS took ALL their time last week that they FORGOT. I am downgrading their customer service.

    • Andrew Singleton

      tmonews is in no way associated with T-Mobile USA. Not sure why you’re surprised that a promotion ended.

  • Clippers FANactic

    Article should have said “T-Mobile price gouging on demand Jump” LOL. Way too much for a rental… SMFH

    • Tinger12

      JUMP on Demand is not a rental…SMFH. It is a lease to own. Buy it out any time during the 18 months (yep, lose the monthly discounts, a penalty for ending early I guess). Trade in or Buy out at the end of the 18 months. Yes, legally it is a lease on paper, but it is a very friendly lease in that the Buy out options are available both during and after the term.

      Yeah it is also limited to a select models of phones, but it really has to do with the residual value that T-Mobile needs to keep the program profitable for them.

      It is a Lease with Buy out options. Price can be less than the 24 month 0% finance JUMP, and is either equal to or less than the final retail price of the phones. And yeah I know the trade in price from the discounted monthly rates of JUMP on Demand are very low. But do you think T-Mobile is just giving away these phones?

      Don’t like the price (down payment, monthly, final buy out) then don’t sign up for it. But for many it is a convenient way to own certain phones. It gives people a choice.

      • Clippers FANactic

        You can call call it whatever you like. But the majority of folks are NOT signing up for “On Demand Jump” to lease these devices for a whole 18 months and then pay them off in full. The majority of these folks are using “On demand Jump” so they can upgrade 3 times a year to a DIFFERENT device. In others words a RENTAL! You can rename it however you like But at the end of the day my friend, you will be one of the very few to LEASE your phone through this service to have to surrender it or pay it off in full.

        • Dada

          The regular jump program was 10 dollars, just think 17 dollar + 10 dollar jump/early upgrade fee

        • PC_Tool

          No. We are calling it what it is.

          You can call it whatever you want, but it is a lease. So if you decide to call it something else (factually, technically, and officially incorrect) so you can rationalize your entitlement, that’s your prerogative.

        • Ordeith

          The entitlement comes from the individuals exercising a lease option on a sub thousand dollar device. If you can’t afford the phone, maybe you should buy a different phone.

        • PC_Tool

          The entitlement comes from the individuals exercising a lease option on a sub thousand dollar device. If you can’t afford the phone, maybe you should buy a different phone.

          1) You apparently do not fully understand the meaning of the word “entitlement”. You seem to not know what it means at all, in fact.
          Look it up.

          2) You apparently do not fully understand the meaning of the word “lease”. You seem to be under the impression it means “rent-to-own” or “buy-on-credit”. Hint: It does not.
          Look it up.

          3) …and this one is just a friendly suggestion: Next time you post, try not being a completely ignorant ass.

          Have a great day!

        • Ordeith

          Entitlement: ie, I have a right to have this phone I can’t afford, I’ll just go into debt for it.
          Lease: Paying monthly to use something you don’t own, usually because you’re an idiot.
          Next time, try not being a completely arrogant fool.

        • PC_Tool

          You…can’t even google a definition. Wow.

          1.) If they can make the payments on the lease, they can afford it (but then, that’s not why most people would lease – but you apparently don’t quite grasp that concept.) “Buying” a phone on lease costs the same as “buying” it on EIP through T-Mobile. The user is spending no less. This is not entitlement. Try again.

          2) Well, at least you’re proudly displaying your ignorance. That is completely not the definition of a lease.

          …smh

          Here, I’ll try to educate you:

          Leases aren’t for buying things. If you want to buy things – buy them. Leases are for the ability to use things with many of the benefits of ownership, along with certain benefits that come along with the structure of the lease (like upgrades with no surcharges/fees).

          Entitlement, the way you are applying it, is wanting something for less than others are paying – which is absurd because if you buy it on a lease through T-mobile you will pay exactly the same amount as anyone else. Period.

          Hope this makes you somewhat less of an idiot. Have a good one.

        • Ordeith

          Your corrections are only repetitive where they are correct, and wrong otherwise.
          No matter how you want to structure it, it is idiotic to get into a lease for something that is less than a grand.

        • PC_Tool

          “Your corrections are only repetitive where they are correct, and wrong otherwise.”

          Idiotic gibberish is gibberish.

          “it is idiotic to get into a lease for something that is less than a grand.”

          This – from someone who has proven beyond all doubt he has absolutely no understanding of what a lease is.

          Right. Thanks. We’ll all take your opinion for what it’s worth, I am sure.

        • Ordeith

          T-Mobile preys on the gullible. You’re living proof.

        • PC_Tool

          “I doubt you will, enjoy the poorhouse.”

          (Nice Ninja-edit) Arrogant, much?

          Excellent example of how incredibly low that bar is for you to believe you “know” things. Priceless.

        • Garry

          I agree.

        • D-Cellphone Guy

          Who the hell wants to keep a phone passed the year mark? They all start to take a crap anyways. You’re a fool if you’re buying your phones outright or paying them off. You’re the type that come into a store with a phone fully paid, only to receive a quarter of what you payed as a trade in lol. Lease, rental, loaner phone with payments, idc what its called. It’s a good program(if you plan on staying in T-Mobile) and even if you leave, they still let you pay the device off in payments. Can’t beat that! I’m forever going to be paying towards a phone, but if you look at it as a luxury vs. an expense you’ll be fine. Regardless if you come out of pocket $750 for a 6s, or pay off the phone for 12 months and then switch out($27 worst case scenario if you’re an idiot for waiting till now to get x 12 months = $324) , yes I’m never done paying off a phone, but how does your $200 trade in sound and you’re in deep $480 + taxes? Best part about it, you’re still going to want the new iPhone 7 when it launches IN A YEAR, don’t lie. Are you going to come out of pocket another $800 in a year? ($800- $200 trade in/12 months = congrats on paying $50 a month LEASE program for that phone… lmao

        • taxandspend

          “In others words a RENTAL”

          Semantics. Rent and lease are basically the same thing, but a lease is longer than month-month. With JOD, the lease (or rent) allows you, at your option, to purchase the device, which would retroactively make it have been lease to own.

        • You should know better

          You are completely confused.

          Let me ask you something to test your understanding.

          Is there a price difference if I buy it TODAY out right versus completing monthly payments on JOD?

  • Whiskers

    I’ll stick with my original Jump 1 program , thank you .
    Jump on Demand is nothing more than a phone lease for multiple phones per year and only T-Mobile cashes in on in the long run .

    • That Cool Guy

      How? You have the flexibility to still keep your phone after 18 months and not pay a penny over retail. In fact with all the JOD promos you pay less if you decide to keep it. You’re also not forced into buying insurance like you are on regular Jump. You sound salty…

      • Whiskers

        JOD is a lease with an option to buy .

        Either way your paying full retail price for that phone at the end of your agreement with taxes and all to keep it , T-mobile will not take a loss .

        • taxandspend

          Not if you got a new iPhone with the promotion. IE you end up paying far less than retail on the iPhone because the monthly payments plus the payoff are far less than the retail price on the phone. So for those who wanted an iPhone 6s and took advantage of this promotion, you did very well.

        • whiskers

          IF you want an iphone , many do not .

        • taxandspend

          What if you get the LG G4 from T-Mobile? I know you’ll be paying T-Mobile’s full retail, but that will be approx. $100 less than what it would cost from anyone else.

      • Whiskers

        I am not forced to buy insurance either , it’s my option on Jump 1 .
        Only a fool or a rich person would get a $700+ smartphone and not have insurance on it .

        • Cellphone Chris

          Insurance is not optional in Jump1, it’s included in your $10/month fee.

        • Whiskers

          Yes it is , i can cancel my Jump or insurance anytime i wish to .
          The only rules after that is if i break my monthly agreement i have to pay the balance of the phone .
          I have done this already on my N925 and with no hassles with T-mobile at all .
          I still have my N925 and comtinued paying the monthly $ 20 / month payments until i just recently payed it off .
          So yes you can…..

        • Cellphone Chris

          I think you misread what I wrote. If you’re paying the $10/mo fee for Jump 1, then insurance is included. You cannot remove insurance and remain in Jump 1 (and wouldn’t want to). Removing the $10 fee cancels both insurance AND Jump. If you cancel and continue making EIP payments like you stated, you would no longer be grandfathered into Jump 1, losing the ability to trade in devices every 6 months regardless of balance owed. If you purchase a new device, you’ll either be paying retail, EIP installments, adding Jump 2, or enrolling in JOD.

        • Chuck E Cheese

          I must be fool & not rich gut & I have 4 Note 5 for my family all without insurance

        • whiskers

          Or your one hell of a gambler .
          Good luck

        • I wish prepaid phones were fully insured.

        • Fred Knapp

          Insurance is a waste of money. you pay $10 a month and if you need it, you pay a deductible and get a refurbished phone. When you include your insurance payments, you should have just put money in the bank.

        • Fred Knapp

          so lets say you file a claim. in 24 months, you made $240 in insurance payments, plus a $175.00 deductible. That’s $415 for a refurbished phone. No thanks.

        • whiskers

          Oh really , my wife’s Iphone 5S just took a dump after 18 months of use and T-Mobile just replaced it for FREE with the Jump/insurance .
          We paid No deductible and T-Mobile was easy to deal with on this issue .
          So your logic is flawed…….

        • Fred Knapp

          Thats a lie and u know it

        • Whiskers

          BS , if i could post a pic of everything here i would prove it ..
          I payed 0 deductible and only $5.00 for overnight shipping to replace my wife’s 5S .
          Your math and understanding of the insurance is flawed , period .

        • Fred Knapp

          Bs. The terms are online.

        • Rob

          They make exceptions like any company. Insurance is for when you physically damage or lose your phone. T-Mobile won’t charge you a deductible for a replacement if you pass the in store inspection. I’ve had to exchange phones after the 14 day period due to defects and T-Mobile charged me nothing. I’ve never paid an insurance claim with T-Mobile because I’ve never broken or damaged my phone. When I had Sprint I paid two deductibles for Windows Mobile phones that went nuts but there were warranty replacements that they didn’t even charge me shipping for before I filed the insurance claim and fought for a BNIB after the refurbished phones Sprint was sending me were exhibiting the same or other issues. If someone calls insurance every time they need a phone replaced through no fault of their own they’re not understanding how insurance works.

        • Fred Knapp

          so your whole point is moot. the exception proves the rule.

        • Rob

          No it does not. You always call T-Mobile before you do anything else. Insurance will always charge you for the replacement but if you call T-Mobile and troubleshoot first, tech support can authorize a warranty replacement. The only time they do not do so is if the phone is broken due to your own negligence.

        • aaron

          this is called warranty exchange.. not insurance claim.

        • Deihmos

          I am not forced to by insurance with JOD. Kinda foolish to prefer paying more rather than paying less.

      • Tom@L

        yeah but you can sure most will not keep their iphone 6s till 18 months once iphone 7 comes out and tmobile launches another leasing deal.

    • Cellphone Chris

      I thought so too, but switched over for the discounted payments on the Note5. Saves me $6/month on device payments, and eliminates the $10 Jump fee monthly. Since Device Protection is mandatory in my state for JOD, I pay $8/month for it and I net $8/mo in savings, not to mention I can Jump arbitrarily 3x/year (probably won’t), and I don’t have to wait 6 months to do so. Nice to have a bit more freedom and a lower bill. Realistically, I know I’ll be getting into a new device at least 1x/year, so it made sense for me.

  • Bradley Karas

    IPhones are for amateurs!

    • Ascertion

      And people that like phones that retain their value. I really wish Android phones retained their value like their iPhone counterparts.

      • Bradley Karas

        IPhone 6 online sold for 400 or less…try again

        • Ascertion

          If you think Androids hold their value as well as iPhones, then you’re sadly mistaken. Hell, I can buy an LG G3 for $180 right now.

        • Bradley Karas

          That doesn’t surprise me LG is horrible but I usually profit selling my Samsung on eBay after a few months of usage

        • Deihmos

          I used Android since 2010 and just got the 6S plus. Best decision I made. Android phone do not retain value so those dropping 600 for them are foolish. In a year it will be worth 120 as a trade in a 200 sold on ebay.

        • Gee

          So with the lg g3 as an example, 600 dollars msrp, a year and a half later its now 200. An iphone will cost around 800+ and a year and a half later you can get it for little over 300.

    • Right, and since the majority of consumers are amateurs this makes apple stupidly wealthy. Man they really are dumb aren’t they?

      • Bradley Karas

        Selling to high schoolers doesn’t make the phone great. I’m not debating profit margins I’m debating the quality of the product…I could pop an Apple sticker on a pile of poop and isheep would still buy it

        • Someone got picked on as a kid…

        • Bradley Karas

          Swing and a miss strike one

        • So what phone do you use? Why is it better? While I like some things apple does, I think they also get a lot wrong, Apple Music, cough cough. And yes, I suck at internet trolling.

        • Bradley Karas

          Haha ok ok lets discuss…I use the Galaxy S6 edge+. Updates are coming out in a more timely manner these days, Hardware is superior, you don’t have to delete those memorable pics in your phone to make room for the new OS like Apple as Android already has space partitioned for the OS vs Apple does not. Wireless charging offered…Android offers seamless switching when you switch to ANY android phone not just Apple thru Google backup. If you want to save all your texts, videos, etc Samsung has what is called Smart Switch thru NFC where it transfers without wires or a computer needed. The modem is faster, the radio is stronger e.g. better signal and faster up and down speeds. The camera is AMAZING! Wideview front facing selfies, 4k video and I can even do live broadcasting via Youtube! Display is Quad HD display, battery is much better than the regular S6. Samsung has this option called “Smart Sharing” where you can send HD videos over text where it creates a temporary link that you can view the video in high quality sort of a “cloud simulation”. And any phone can receive it including the iPhone. I could go on and on but I suppose I should get back to work LOL

        • Nice. Thanks for the info. I’m always on the lookout for different hardware. I tend to default to the iphone because I’ve been part of the apple universe for longer than I care to admit. I’m a huge fan in what google is doing in both hardware and especially software. I own an older Nexus which I really dig but the construction was pretty crappy. It started falling apart really quickly with light use. Loved the software though. And yes, back to work.

        • MingZhang

          And yet 2 people on stage talking to each other and got paid by Samsung. Let the sales speak… I know more people who is switching back to Apple after few years they had to put up with Samsung then people switching over to android. Let’s face it all of these extra things you can do you’re just wasting time, once you got bored with it you’ll wanted to come back for something that is simple and stable.

          Let’s put it this way… For all the things I had hated apple for had became the things I loved them the most :p

        • TechnoRealz

          You mean you got older gramps?

        • MingZhang

          Yeah! :D

        • Bradley Karas

          http://www.nbcnews.com/tech/tech-news/apple-loses-patent-case-university-wisconsin-faces-862m-damages-n443941

          Apple is just a thief with Samsung components and they’ll need all those sales to pay out all the copyright infringement cases against them smh

      • Not dumb. IPhone owners just spend like drunken sailors. LOL

        • Kiwini

          A 16gb iPhone costs more than a 128gb Nexus 6p phablet. It’s crazy. Then you have to pay monthly for icloud backup Vs free Google Photos or pay for iTunes Match Vs Google Music. Apple definitely knows how to squeeze money out of consumers & has done a great job creating a brand. Doesn’t make it better or worse. They’re a business out to make money & people r willing to pay for that logo. I have a Mac & a Nexus. IPhone users, including Apple employees, see what my phone can do and are amazed but theyre hooked into Apple ecosystem and won’t change. If Apple opened up & gave users a little more freedom, I’d give it a shot

    • Rob

      I own an iPad Air first gen and I’ve owned the HTC Hero, HTC Evo 4G, Samsung Captivate, HTC Inspire 4G, HTC MyTouch 4G, LG G2x, HTC Sensation 4G, Motorola Droid MAXX, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One (M7 and M8), and currently the Nexus 6 and Nexus 7. While I can’t stand the interface of iOS or Apple’s locked down ecosystem, my iPad Air doesn’t have the random lag that my 6 and 7 do and I have far less stability issues than any of my android devices. A lot of that comes down to the limited hardware options on the Apple side but that also pays off in expected and predictable behavior of an application or the OS on each device which isn’t a bad thing. The quality of apps on iOS tends to blow away Android as well, again because developers know what hardware to program for. I think Apple needs to work on their build quality and pricing but both platforms have their positives and negatives and you have to be very shortsighted to not see that.

    • Apple

      Android are for nerds. People that use Android are the same one that use to get bully in school lol. Smart people use iPhone.

      • Bradley Karas

        Can’t form complete sentences or speak proper English…but you have an iPhone

        • Jesse

          Priceless…

        • Bradley Karas

          Right! LOL

        • Johnny O

          Don’t have any common sense or money, but Oh an Iphone.

      • TechnoRealz

        ” for nerds” : hmmm…you mean the same ones that innovate the digital world you are bound to sheeple?

        • Ordeith

          The same ones that facilitate Google’s privacy violations and Government ties. and are OK having their entire personal life become the product of the worlds largest advertising agency.

      • Really intelligent people use Windows phone. #DefeatDuopoly

  • Rob

    Jump on demand is confusing as all hell.

    I have Jump 1 and a Nexus 6 64GB that I owe 443 bucks on. With Jump I pick my phone, pay the taxes up front, mail my old phone back and T-Mobile wipes out my EIP which I can do twice in a rolling 12 month period.

    If I were to go to JOD, I would get 291 for my trade in according to T-Mobile and would have to pay off the other 152 in cash but I would walk out the door with a new iPhone 6S Plus 16GB at whichever of the three priced the Nexus 6 would fall under (should fall under the second tier) with no taxes and I can trade phones up to three times in a year but at what T-Mobile values the trade at or if I keep the phone for 18 months I can pay off the rest plus the taxes and then sell the device for whatever I can get for it and buy a new phone? Seems like I’d lose out big time giving up Jump 1… Am I missing something here or does this really have no benefit for someone in my situation? I could go to the store today and Jump to the iPhone 6S Plus for taxes (which would allow me to go up to the 64GB version for another 30 bucks over what I’d have to pay off to JOD) and never have to worry about what my trade in is worth…

    • FrustratedWithTMO

      I totally agree. Very confusing. They screwed up my orders too!!

      • Rob

        They’re unfortunately fantastic at that… When I went to order my Nexus 6es, I had to do it over the phone. I wanted a 32GB and a 64GB. My roommate got his 32GB almost a month before I got my 64GB because T-Mobile screwed up the order not once but three times and the warehouse shipped the 32GB! At one point I had two 32GB in the mail going back to them and my 64GB on its way to me at the same time… Imagine what a mess it would have been if something happened and one or both of those I was sending back were lost or damaged in transit?! I will never order over the phone again. If I can’t get it at the store, I’m not getting it.

        • whiskers

          I hear ya on that.
          T-Mobile completely screwed up my jump to a HTC M8 for windows phone.
          Had to basically educate them that it was not a regular Android M8 and then they shipped the phone to me that did’nt have wifi calling on it .
          Without that i’m screwed in some locations where i live.
          I shipped it back and kept my N925 and decided at that point i will never do phone orders with them again .
          Total nightmare from hell with that process .

        • Rob

          Oh that’s nothing. When the M8 came out in the stores I had to actually fight with them to give me an M8 from the back rather than the Samsung trash they were peddling. They tried to tell me they didn’t have a new HTC. I asked for the manager. The manager didn’t even realize they had gotten them in yet but sure enough when he went to check in the back he came back about 15 minutes later with one. I went in the store with a One M7, I don’t know what made them think I would want to switch to Samsung…

    • Kiwini

      Tmobile has gotten confusing as hell. They were supposed to simplify things & their plans with all these variations, asterisks, exclusions etc are so confusing that even their employees don’t know how to explain it. It is way too complicated and unclear.

      • yankeesusa

        Their plans were supposed to get easier. Lease plans on the other hand are a whole other thing. Just remember that in the end, you would still be paying full price whether you pay full price up front or use the jump program.

    • Steven Bloomfield

      Also, technically, there is tax. You just pay it monthly and not up front. And if you get a larger phone that requires $100 down, you pay tax on that $100. At least that’s what they did to me.

      • Rob

        Thanks for that. Final nail in the coffin. There is really no benefit for me to leave my Jump 1 behind, especially since I can Jump to any phone and JOD I can not.

        • Whiskers

          Exactly , that’s why i stayed on Jump 1 as well .

    • Johnny O

      Jump on demand is good if you want to always trade in your phone three times within 18 months for a reduce EIP monthly payment. It’s good for Iphone upgrade but you have to upgrade to the next memory which cost an extra $100 from a 16gb phone.

  • saucey202

    Be careful when doing a Jump upgrade!!! I recently traded in an Iphone 6 plus, I looked at my account and it shows that I am still being billed. I called customer care and they called the store and they claim that I never returned the phone. So apparently the guy who I dealt with at the store in Desoto, TX stole the phone. Now they tell me that I am stuck paying for a phone I no longer even own. This also happened to me at the same store on a Samsung Note 3 in December. Apparently they have crooks working in these stores and taking advantage of what they feel are untraceable phones.

    • yankeesusa

      Did you not get a receipt showing the transaction and that the phone was traded in? If you did then this is a non issue, if you didn’t then yea, that’s a problem on your end also.

      • Johnny O

        Report the phone as stolen. Then if you have insurance, use your insurance. I did many upgrades and trade-in with no problem.

    • Rob

      I’ve never had a problem… You should always get a receipt.

  • Kiwini

    Holidays are coming… You better consider promotions next month. It is amazing that a 128gb Google Nexus 6P phablet (which so far seems pretty well reviewed) is still cheaper than a 16gb iPhone 6S

    • Rob

      The thing that sucks is that a lot of us owe a substantial balance on our current EIPs so having the phone not being sold by T-Mobile makes it a real pain. I love my Nexus 6 and would love to have a 6P but I don’t have the cash to pay off my EIP and buy a new phone outright.

  • Zach Chadwick

    Are you kidding me? That’s B.S, and even the Supreme Court sided with Apple on the Multi-Touch copyright, and patent case against Samsung. Apple hasn’t done anything wrong in the business sector, and is/has abided by all laws just like every business. Licensing chips from Samsung and TMSC doesn’t make Apple a thief. That specifically makes Apple intelligent. Oh and the cash reserves over seas? That’s not illegal either. Just greedy America trying to tax the hell out of an American company. Let’s discuss how Samsung is losing a remarkable YoY profit margin to Apple, OR how Apple is defying current market conditions in China. Also, the case against Apple originating for a Wisconsin based university? Apple didn’t deliberately infringe on the technology. Apple has each and everyone of its customers backs’, by protecting their privacy, and keeping photos, contacts, iMessages, SMS, calendar events, all SECURE even when the government requests access for such information. Whereas Google will put that information up on the Internet before anyone even has the idea of requesting for your information. Your claims are complete and utter B.S.