T-Mobile’s latest Un-carrier Amped move is here, and it’s all about Apple.
T-Mo CEO John Legere announced today that Apple Music is joining Music Freedom, effective immediately. That means that T-Mobile subscribers on Simple Choice plans can stream tunes from Apple’s service without the usage counting against their data cap.
Additionally, T-Mobile is announcing an offer that ought to appeal to you if you’re interested in Apple’s next iPhone. If you trade in a phone and upgrade to the iPhone 6 before September 7, you’ll not only qualify for the $15 per month JUMP! on Demand price for the current iPhone, but you’ll lock in that rate for the next iPhone. And whenever that device comes out, you’ll be able to upgrade for no additional cost.
Finally, customers that do take advantage of that $15 per month iPhone 6 deal will get priority access for the new iPhone if they buy the device within 48 hours of its launch. That means that your order will get priority and ship before customers that don’t qualify for the offer.
This latest Un-carrier Amped move is obviously pretty big for Apple fans. Not only can they stream Apple Music without affecting their data cap, but if they take advantage of T-Mo’s current iPhone 6 offer, they can get the next iPhone for free. That’s a pretty sweet deal for Apple fans, and it could definitely get more folks to sign up for T-Mobile’s JUMP! On Demand offer for the iPhone 6