Alternatively, you can grab it using TMo's Jump on Demand scheme, paying $0 down and $5 per month. With this program, T-Mo wants to help customers find affordable smartphones "that are raising the bar in terms of features and specs".
T-Mobile's unconventional marketing department strikes again, after very recently confirming the names and main features of an upcoming low-priced Android phone and tablet on the "Un-carrier's" official support webpages. Insane low price to ask for Android Nougat software, 2GB RAM, 32GB storage, HD screen resolution, 13 and 5MP cameras, 3000 mAh battery capacity, and fingerprint recognition, don't you think?
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The availability of the T-Mobile phone is expected to be on August 10. The device only bears the carrier's brand, but it is manufactured by TCL. It's no Galaxy S8, of course, but in the right light, it could pass for a Pixel 2.
T-Mobile this week also quietly updated the program so that Jump! participants can swap their phones out every 30 days, which includes the new SmartPicks devices. The iPhone 7 runs about $26 per month. Regardless, you can get a cheap phone that (probably) doesn't suck. The Smartpicks plan operates just like the other Jump! The T-Mobile Revvl comes with 2GB of RAM and 32GB of expandable storage, and a fingerprint sensor on the back. On Demand plans, meaning you can trade in your phone at any time with no upgrade fees or down payments. Starting tomorrow, interested customers will be able to get any of the following handsets on 18-month leases: Samsung Galaxy J3 Prime, LG K20 Plus, LG Aristo, or ZTE ZMax Pro.