T-Mobile offers leading phones for $0 down

The selection of leading devices available for free on T-Mobile's Simple Choice Plan

Starting today, T-Mobile are offering all phones, including leading devices such as the Lumia 925 for $0 down, in a promotion for back-to-school. Both new and old customers can receive their free devices for a little extra on their monthly payments, on top of their monthly service rate. A Lumia 925 will cost $20 a month for 24 months, an HTC One will come in at $25 and an iPhone 5 at $27, but only the 16GB version.

In a press release, the carrier drew focus to their JUMP! upgrade plan, which allows people to upgrade their devices before their contract ends. Customers can do this up to twice a year for an extra $10 a month. For those who always want the latest device, this is a very enticing offer.

T-Mobile have recently been expanding their 4G LTE coverage, and for those without 4G compatible devices such as the Nexus 4, the T-Mobile HSPA+ network has been lauded, as it can reach similar speeds to LTE in some areas.

There doesn't seem to be an end date set for this offer, but we don't expect it to last long, so be quick.

Source: T-Mobile

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Still heavily credit dependent. Went to checkout with two 925's and it went from $80 (SIMs + Tax) to $780 (Down payments + Deposits + SIMs + Tax).

Just saw another article on this. Despite the $0.00 phone, the most popular models will end up costing the consumer more in the long run as they have also adjusted their fees.

T-Mobile is awesome.. I wish their network was as good as their business models.. It is horrible in the South East unless you are in a major city the entire time.

NathanLiu said,
Table came straight from the press release

I'm not saying you're wrong...I meant T-Mo is wrong by releasing an erroneous table. Most likely someone forgot to edit the monthly price of it.