Our industry-rattling Un-carrier moves and data-strong network
get a lot of well-deserved focus and attention. But there’s a whole
other dimension to this wireless consumer movement that is equally
important—and sometimes gets a little lost in the noise and excitement around this revolution – the hardware.
At its core, the Un-carrier movement is about listening to you, our customers, and it’s about choice. And not just the massive expansion of choice and freedom we’ve given people with each successive Un-carrier move. It’s equally about the rapidly expanding choice of devices and accessories—and over the last year plus, we’ve expanded our selection dramatically.
If you want it, chances are good T-Mobile has it.
In fact, starting this week, you’ll find three hot new Android and Windows Phone devices at T-Mobile, including the powerhouse LG G3 and next-gen Nokia Lumia 635 smartphones, as well as the sleek new Samsung Tab 4 8.0 multimedia tablet—and there are more coming very soon.
Easier Than Ever to Get Accessories
Our Un-carrier commitment to choice extends beyond phones and tablets to the accessories that make them more personal. And, starting Sunday July 20th, we’re making it easier than ever to get those accessories by extending T-Mobile’s pioneering EIP (equipment installment plan) to nearly all accessories—starting with those as low as $69 and up to $250.
This means you and your family could walk out the door not only with new smartphones and tablets but also with your choice of the latest audio and mobile accessories—all for $0 down and 24 monthly payments with a Simple Choice plan. For example, you could pick up the state-of-the-art LG Tone Pro hands-free headset for $0 down and just $2.91 a month for 24 months with absolutely zero interest. You can find more information about T-Mobile’s new EIP payment option for accessories at your nearest participating T-Mobile store.
And, of course, you can get these great devices and accessories with no annual service contracts, no limits, no overages, no hidden device costs, no data charges on music streaming —and all of it on a network designed data strong.