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


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.





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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