T-Mobile’s “Zero-Down” summer sale arriving for all devices

July 26, 2013
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T-Mobile generally has a selection of devices available for zero-down, however a recently announced summer sale is bringing that to all devices. Details coming from the carrier have this being referred to as an "unparalleled promotion" that brings "the upfront price on its entire lineup of devices in stores nationwide to zero dollars down." Simply put, you can pick any handset in the lineup and not have to make any downpayment.

This offer will begin on July 27th and can be combined with the JUMP program. The JUMP program was announced at a recent T-Mobile event and basically means that (for a low monthly fee), you will be able to upgrade as often as two-times per year. The one catch is the first upgrade is not available until you have been enrolled in the JUMP program for six months.

With that in mind, this means that devices such as the HTC One, Galaxy S 4, Sony Xperia Z and Galaxy Note II can all be picked up with no upfront cost. When combined with the Simple Choice plan you will have those payments spread over 24 months and perhaps more important for some -- be able to do all this without having to sign any long term agreement.

Under the Simple Choice option you would be looking at monthly payments of $25 per month for the HTC One, Galaxy S 4 and Sony Xperia Z and $27 per month for the Galaxy Note II. But again, this zero-down offer has been extended to all devices in the T-Mobile lineup -- including tablets. An example here would be the Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 which would set you back $20 per month.

Otherwise, those Simple Choice plans begin at $50 per month for a single line. The second line is $30 per month and any additional after that comes at $10 per month. These Simple Choice plans offer unlimited talk, text and data with the first 500MB being high-speed data. In addition, greater amounts of high-speed data can be added with options to get 2GB for $10 per month or simply go unlimited for $20 per month.


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  • Mushdagrt

    So 0 dowm 27 a month + the jump fee which is I think 11 bucks with the option to upgrade after 6 months…..so if you decide to “jump” (everytime I hear that I think about ole boy on office space lol)
    You basically loose 228 of rip & they get the phone back ….pretty savy on magentas part..