T-Mobile confirms iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 pricing

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T-Mobile will begin taking pre-orders for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 in less than 12 hours, and now we know how much it’ll be asking for the new Apple hardware.

Here’s how the pricing breaks down for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max:

iPhone XS EIP

  • 64GB: $279.99 down, $30 per month, $999.99 full retail
  • 256GB: $429.99 down, $30 per month, $1,149.99 full retail
  • 512GB: $629.99 down, $30 per month, $1,349.99 full retail

iPhone XS JOD

  • 64GB: $279.99 down, $26 per month, $999.99 full retail
  • 256GB: $429.99 down, $24 per month, $1,149.99 full retail
  • 512GB: $629.99 down, $21 per month, $1,349.99 full retail

iPhone XS Max EIP

  • 64GB: $379.99 down, $30 per month, $1,099.99 full retail
  • 256GB: $529.99 down, $30 per month, $1,249.99 full retail
  • 512GB: $729.99 down, $30 per month, $1,449.99 full retail

iPhone XS Max JOD

  • 64GB: $379.99 down, $25 per month, $1,099.99 full retail
  • 256GB: $529.99 down, $23 per month, $1,249.99 full retail
  • 512GB: $729.99 down, $20 per month, $1,449.99 full retail

T-Mobile also notes that there is a $0 down option available for the 64GB iPhone XS on EIP. This is available to “super well-qualified customers”.

As a reminder, T-Mobile is also offering up to $300 in savings when you buy an iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max (or an iPhone X, iPhone 8, or iPhone 8 Plus) and trade in an iPhone. You’ll need to buy your iPhone on EIP, have a voice plan, and trade in an iPhone that’s functional and fully paid off:

  • $300 offer value: iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, or iPhone 8
  • $200 offer value: iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus
  • $100 offer value: iPhone, iPhone 3G, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5c, iPhone SE, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus

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Here’s what the pricing for the Apple Watch Series 4 looks like:

Apple Watch Series 4 40mm EIP

  • Aluminum: $0 down, $20.83 per month, $499.99 full retail
  • Stainless Steel: $171.99 down, $22 per month, $699.99 full retail

Apple Watch Series 4 44mm EIP

  • Aluminum: $0 down, $22.08 per month, $529.99 full retail
  • Stainless Steel: $221.99 down, $22 per month, $749.99 full retail

Pre-orders for the iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, and Apple Watch Series 4 will begin at 12:01 am PT on September 14th. All three devices will launch at T-Mobile on September 21st.

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  • This is what they sent me regarding JoD

    The full retail price on the iPhone Xs Max 64GB is $1,099.99 plus tax. If you fall in Tier 1 pricing, you would pay $379.99 down, then $25 a month over 18 months. If you get the Tier 4 pricing, the down payment is $109.99, and the monthly payments are $40 a month over 18 months.

    With the iPhone Xs Max 256GB, the full retail price is $1,249.99 plus tax. If you fall in Tier 1 pricing, you would pay $529.99 down, then $23 a month over 18 months. If you get the Tier 4 pricing, the down payment is $223.99, and the monthly payments are $40 a month over 18 months.

    Finally, the iPhone Xs Max 512GB has a full retail price of $1,449.99 plus tax. If you fall in Tier 1 pricing, you would pay $729.99 down, then $20 a month over 18 months. If you get the Tier 4 pricing, the down payment is $369.99, and the monthly payments are $40 a month over 18 months.

    • Knut Hillestad

      When did they send this? Also where do we find out our “tier”

      • They sent me this via Twitter DM. I am a JoD customer and I was curious about its pricing and how the upgrade process would be.

        The Tiers are according to your account, credit worthiness and how long you have been with the company. You can call them and they can tell you how much your downpayment will be. I did, I got $109.99 for my DP, lowest one for the Xs Max, 64GB.

        • Arbi

          me too. I’ve been with them for 8 years and first to do JOD, they gave me $109.99 down $40 + tax for Sx Max 64gb.

        • Prode

          same as me. I am a ex employee and the cost for a JOD upgrade for the MAX 64gb is $109.99 down and $40 a month.

        • LeTrueNoir

          Yea i got quoted the same rate for the max 109.99 down all well i keep my iphone X & will sell it after i’m done paying it off to get the MAX last year i got it it for 0% down XD

        • Antonio Hill

          how about the Apple Watch?

        • Arbi

          they don’t lease smartwatches so the price you see up there is what you’re going to pay for, if you want to do EIP

  • What is your source?

    • Deihmos

      He has none.

    • Alex Wagner

      T-Mobile

  • kev2684

    Verizon is doing BOGO Up to $700 off (bill credits) w/ line activation :/

  • Swapd

    How come T-Mobile is the only carrier that makes you pay such a large down payment when financing?

    • cnote7

      If t mobile keeps this up their going to loose a lot of customers who will go elsewhere for better phone options

    • It really bothers me, to be honest. The excuse is to set the monthly pricing to $30. But I’d rather pay a couple of more dollars per month than to do an inicial downpayment.

      • Cam Fas

        Yup its funny how the other networks give you zero down I say we should have the option to pay a few extra bucks per month.

        • Rene Shabastari

          A few bucks here is almost 50% more, but I agree

    • J.M. Strange

      TMO is only willing to finance $720 towards any device. Even for long standing (16+ years) with established L.O.C with TMO (several thousand). That’s why the magic number is $30/mo. It reduces their risk in financing you. TMO is simply taking too many steps backwards, IMO.

    • Lit

      If a downpayment is keeping you from buying this phone, then you probably can’t afford it and should probably get your priorities straight.

      • Swapd

        When did I say I couldn’t afford the phone? I was just asking why T-Mobile has higher upfront costs than other carriers. Also it does not make sense to pay more than half of the payments that the phone is worth if you don’t plan on keeping it for more than a year which is the main benefit of financing.

    • PC_Tool

      Higher down, lower monthly.

      Math.

      It also seems as though these down payments aren’t legit. Stores are charging much less.

      Not sure where TmoNews is getting their numbers.

  • Deihmos

    If more people would reject these prices they will come down. Unfortunately Apple has too many sheep. No reason they need such a high profit margin. Pure greed!

    • Cam Fas

      2018 I must agree. It’s crazy T-Mobile knows Apple users bog down the network. You would think that they would want to relieve congestion by having people on 4×4 Mimo and band 71 and they gave some pretty garbage upgrade deals.

  • Khumphan Amaratana

    If I have JOD and don’t want to buy through T-Mobile this year, can I buy through Apple EIP?

    • Zero

      Yes that’s an option.

      • Khumphan Amaratana

        Thanks !!

        • Arbi

          if you have a remaining balance, you must pay it off the lease and return the phone to TMobile or purchase the phone.

        • Khumphan Amaratana

          So apple won’t let me buy it until I pay remaining balance? Or purchase phone from T-Mobile ?

        • Mike

          To get out of JOD without paying fees jump to a phone with $0 down and don’t sign the agreement and send the original phone back. If tmobile ships the new JOD phone refuse the package when the carrier tries to deliver the new phone.

      • Khumphan Amaratana

        Another question—never bought through Apple before. Will it be a problem if im still on lease with T-Mobile (plan to purchase the phone after) ? Will it let me buy it through Apple ?

  • Cam Fas

    So basically they are saying they dont want anyone to upgrade this year. Funny how they had that demo showing that phones with 4×4 mimo actually showed a decreased burden on the network and since iphone users are data hungry why not offer better deals? Band 71 along with 4x4mimo and 256 QAM id think this would be the year to get as many people to upgrade as possible. Better for the network and better for the consumer but with these prices most people will not upgrade. I myself most likely will upgrade my 10X to a 10X or Max regardless just to take advantage of the new tech and LAA but most people on tmobile most likely wont especially when most other carriers give zero down yearly with a higher monthly. Now that I think about it I might just do the apple upgrade program in place of tmobiles I put $500 down last year so I might as well keep this phone or resell it but I dont want to do a downpayment this year so apple zero down is probably the route I will take.

  • Phil

    Insane device pricing topping that off with T-Mobile big down payment.
    Bad business all the way around

  • Mike

    Screw Apple selling a phone with only 64GB for that price. I was waiting to see what Apple had to announce and I went and bought a Note 9 the next day.

  • christian

    Ummm… i was given way different #’s for the downpayments from tmobile..

  • christian

    I was told iPhone XS was $0 down plus tax for 64gb , iPhone XS Max 64gb $100 down plus tax and $41 payments

  • Mickey T

    Any idea what the iPhone x will drop to?

    • $0. It’s discontinued.

      • Mickey T

        Carriers will still sell their remaining stock. It’s not like Apple will stop supporting it.

        • Nikitao1

          Actually the T-Mo store I work at got a request to send back the entire stock of 2 iphone x’s we had back to apple by the 19th. We’ve been order to stop selling them by that date as well.

        • Mickey T

          Wow . That’s weird .Can’t say I’ve seen such a popular phone die that fast

  • lomsha

    Lol what are they smoking, with those down payments.

  • Jesus Rosales

    Just spoke to T mobile and they said T mobile is not accepting iphone x as a trade in.

  • Khumphan Amaratana

    Is this article accurate? Because I just called T-Mobile and they said for JOD:

    iPhone X S Max 256 gb is $249 down and $41 monthly

    iPhone X S Max 512 gb is $369 Down and $41 monthly

    Who is correct??? If this website is inaccurate then you guys are screwing T-Mobile since they will lose business bc ppl will buy them somewhere else…

    Plus isn’t the Apple Watch 4 starting at $399???? Why are you listing price as $499

    • Andrew

      I just ordered an iPhone XS Max 64gb on jump on demand for $109 down payment

  • Rodion Mark

    It’s 99.99 for super well qualified. Just a heads up. I was able to do it at that pricing with the executive response team they did confirm it starts at that pricing but they did not confirm others. Sorry that’s for the 64 GB iPhone XS variant.

  • Genecio

    I preordered the Silver 64GB Xs—Max for $99 down plus tax for a total of 194.86. Monthly payments of $41.67 on EIP. Didn’t get free overnight shipping all good I’d settle for the free 2-3 day ground shipping. Also traded in my 8 plus for $331.00 one-time bill credit which I’ll have them direct toward the EIP

  • Adrian Garcia ♒

    I could never stand the size of the regular iPhone as I feel it is too small in size. Fortunately to my luck Apple decided to make an upgraded iPhone X with an even bigger screen. I obviously preordered the iPhone XS Max because of the increase in size as compared to the regular iPhone X. I’m one of the lucky customers to have gotten the 256 gb in gold at the 223.99 down payment price. I’m so excited for next Friday, I can’t wait to have my new phone in my hands!!!

  • PC_Tool

    Christ. You could probably buy a 1+ 6T outright for the down payment on many of these. The payments listed here can’t be right…