T-Mobile and Sprint have amazing offers. Now it is possible to get the latest iPhone 6S for less than $650 suggested price and to be Unlocked. Both carriers have offers to lease the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S+ with monthly fees that are significantly less expensive than the offers of other competition network companies. Not to mention that you will also save money over the new installment plan of Apple.
Jump On Demand by T-Mobile
The offer of T-Mobile for the iPhone 6S will require a monthly fee of 20$ for the device with no money down and $24 for the iPhone 6S+. Once 18 months have passed you can choose whether you want to return the device back to T-Mobile or pay another $164 to buy the phone. (The total amount paid to T-Mobile by the end of the contract will be $524 and is $125 cheaper that the full price). And once the contact expires you can choose to leave T-Mobile regardless of whether you going to keep or return the device. In addition to this there is the offer to sign up for a new hardware plan, however the cost may increase because the $20 per month is time-limited offer. If not like to pay the full price for your iPhone, then have options to Unlock T-Mobile iPhone here on our service, and to continue to use on any other carrier network’s in the world.
And remember that if you need an actual service plan you should separate from the $20 per month hardware charge. The individual plans of T-Mobile will begin at $50 per month for 1GN of data and may go up to $80 per month for unlimited data.
Another great offer by T-Mobile is that if you are not satisfied with the coverage you can return the phone within the first and T-Mobile will refund your expenses in which the service costs will also be included. And if you are still unsatisfied, T-Mobile will refund the total amount of the month’s service and will unlock the device so you can use it on different operator, however you will have to pay the full tab for the hardware.
Unlocked iPhone 6S with Sprint Forever
If you decide to take on the latest offer by Sprint you can get the latest iPhone 6S Unlocked for around $15 per month however you will also need to trade your old iPhone to get this price. If you decide to go without a trade the standard price would be $22 per month. The Sprint company will give to you a locked device, but on our page here is possible to Unlock Sprint iPhone on any other carrier, and to not lost the apple warranty.
In both scenarios you would be signing up a 22 month lease. Once this period is over you can decide whether you want to continue to pay the lease on monthly basis, trade the device or pay the rest of the hardware costs and keep the device which would be around $320 . And another important thing is that whenever there is a new iPhone version available you can trade it without paying extra charge however the lease cycle will begin anew.
Just like in T-Mobile’s offer, the $15 per month offer of Sprint does not include service. Still, unlike its rivals, Sprint demands that you get either family shared data plan or unlimited individual data plan. And even though Sprint claims that their offer is $20 per month less expensive you are not left with any cheaper option if you are not a big data spender.
Which offer is better?
It is rather difficult to say who has the better offer knowing that both Sprint and T-Mobile structure their agenda in different way. If we consider only the price as a factor and you want to buy your phone once the lease time is over then it is clear that T-Mobile’s offer is better. On the other side if you need unlimited data and you want to trade up your device every time there is a new version available it is clear that the Sprint offer will win. We thing that the sprint offer is the best if like to choice among them. The reason is if have Sprint iPhone to Unlocked is very easy unlike T-mobile company.
All in all both offers are cheaper than Apple’ own offer which is $32.41 per month for the iPhone 6S and one free upgrade annually. However, in this price the AppleCare+ coverage is included and you have the freedom to switch to any carrier you prefer.