T-Mobile reveals its plans for the iPhone X launch

At the end of this week, Apple will begin accepting pre-orders for its highly anticipated iPhone X. While the firm will have its various options available on how to secure a handset, so will wireless carriers. For those in the United States, T-Mobile has now revealed its plans on how it will offer the unit.

According to the wireless carrier, it will start accepting pre-orders for the iPhone X at 12:01am PT on October 27th through the T-Mobile website. Those that are a little more hands-on can head to their local T-Mobile store the following morning to pre-order, with retail locations making the iPhone X available on November 3.

T-Mobile will offer its iPhone upgrade program for those that want to get the latest and greatest iPhone on a yearly basis. This program allows customers to trade-in their existing iPhone when half of it has been paid off and upgrade to a new one without the added worry of paying the remainder of the balance. The benefit will be open to those that utilize the firm's installment plan and will be a one time offer. Furthermore, those that currently have an iPhone will be able to get up to $300 back in credit when they upgrade to a new iPhone.

As far as the price breakdowns, the 64GB iPhone X will be $279.99 down, with a payment of $30 a month for 24 months. The 256GB model will require $429.99 down with a payment of $30 a month for 24 months. If you're going to utilize the firm's 'JUMP! On Demand' offer, you can expect to pay zero down on the 64GB model with monthly payments coming in at $41.56 or $429.99 down and $24 a month for the 256GB version.

Naturally, you'll have various options open to you and will have a few days to decide what is best. The Apple iPhone X will be available for pre-order starting on October 27.

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