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Looking for a quick, affordable upgrade? T-Mobile is offering the iPhone 11 Pro to new customers and existing customers that meet a few requirements. Here’s what you’ll need to do to snag this exclusive deal.
New customers must switch from another mobile provider and trade-in your old device. Existing customers can pick up the latest Apple device by adding another line to their current plan. Either way, you will pay for the 11 Pro upfront (all $999 of it), so be prepared.
T-Mobile will pay you back for the device over a 24-month period in billing credits of about $41.67/mo.
Billing credits excluded, this deal is a hybrid of Apple’s financing plan; So if you’re looking to shop around, consider buying straight from the tech giant or some competing providers.
It’s also worth considering that the iPhone 12 is suspected to make its debut by Oct. 13 or 14. But pricing for that device and its iterations has yet to be announced, so the deal is definitely worth looking into if you’re looking to save.
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Written by:Taylor Gadsden
Writer, Broadband & Wireless Content
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