I’m sure you’re not excited about last night’s Apple announcement of a new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus. Of course, why would you be since you’re an avid Android fan? The only thing we like is that after the launch, T-Mobile quickly made a related announcement. With the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus arrival comes T-Mobile’s Lifetime Coverage Guarantee. This new offer is the first ever “lifetime coverage satisfaction guarantee” in the mobile industry in America. The carrier’s CEO John Legere was excited to announce this development.

This ‘Lifetime Coverage Guarantee’ is for everyone on T-Mobile being given the freedom to have a worry-free coverage experience. If a user isn’t satisfied, you can always get a refund and phone will be unlocked.

That’s how confident T-Mobile is with their services that it can offer lifetime coverage. The company hopes to eliminate charges and lessen the hassle of paying for something that’s not satisfactory to the user, if there’s ever a problem. This offer only comes with the ‘JUMP! On Demand’ deal so make sure you get on that one as well.


T-Mobile is offering the new iPhone 6S or 6S Plus with ZERO downpayment for only $20 and $24, respectively. If you’re not satisfied, the carrier will let you out and even unlock the phone. Up to one month refund will also be given to you–that is, if you’re really not satisfied. But then again, the ‘Lifetime Coverage Guarantee’ seems to be a very great deal because you can keep on upgrading your device whenever you want. How can that be not attractive?

Please note that this T-Mobile Lifetime Coverage Guarantee doesn’t only apply to the new iPhone 6S/6S Plus. This also works with other phones from LG and Samsung via ‘JUMP! On Demand‘. Some models include the following: Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge, Galaxy Note 4, LG G4, and of course, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus duo.

SOURCE: T-Mobile


  1. I think you are reading this program wrong… It basically just gives you an out if you aren’t happy with their service.. You still have to pay for your device but they unlock it so you can go to another carrier.


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