The iPhone 6S can be yours for as little as $5 per month at T-Mobile

T-Mobile CEO John Legere
Are you looking to grab a shiny new iPhone 6S tomorrow? Well T-Mobile just might have the best deal around if you have an iPhone or another Android phone to trade in.

Right now you can get the iPhone 6S 16GB for only $5 per month if you trade-in an iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus and sign up with the Jump On Demand program. If the iPhone 6S Plus 16GB is more your thing, it’s only $9 per month. Switching from Android? No problem, T-Mobile will give you the same deal if you trade-in a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy S6 Edge Plus, or a Galaxy Note 5.

T-Mobile CEO John Legere launched this deal to celebrate the surge in iPhone pre-orders over last year. Legere thinks this surge is not necessarily because more people are wanting to buy a new iPhone, but instead, more people are choosing T-Mobile because it doesn’t offer all the BS that other carriers do.

Jump On Demand allows you to spread out most of the full retail cost of your new phone over 18 monthly installments with a balloon payment at the end if you wish to keep your phone. The kicker is that you’re allowed to upgrade your device up to 3 times per year by simply trading in your existing phone.

If you don’t have another phone to trade, you can still grab the iPhone 6S 16GB for $20 per month or the iPhone 6S Plus for only $24 per month. The total cost for the iPhone 6S 16GB would be $360 for the 18 months plus a $164 balloon payment at the end if you want to keep the phone. That’s only $524, well below the cost that other carriers are selling the phone for.

While the 16GB versions of the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus are by far the best deals, T-Mobile is also offering reduced pricing on the other models. You can even trade in an older phone, too. Here’s the full pricing breakdown.


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