Updating my blackberry 8530
So, if it’s going to cost you more to return it, it’s worth considering paying to own the damaged device. There are two you should get familiar with: Capital Cost Reduction and Puchase Option Price.
If you do return the phone you need to ensure that it’s in good working order.All you have to pay to make the device yours is $250 (plus taxes).If you want to do it before the end of the 18 months, you pay your Purchase Option Price plus any remaining lease payments. As I’ve already listed, there are only certain devices included in the lease program to begin with.Customers who trade-in a smartphone and sign up for JUMP!on Demand with a new i Phone (any storage capacity) can get $12 monthly bill credit.T-Mobile Tuesdays regular [read full article] It looks like another T-Mobile device is starting to receive its Oreo treat.
Some T-Mobile Moto Z2 Force owners have started receiving an Android 8.0 Oreo update.
Keeping the example of the $700 handset, your total lease amount = (Full Retail Price – Purchase Option Price – Capital Cost Reduction) x Tax.
On this particular $700 phone, your purchase option price is $250, the capital cost reduction for less-qualified customers is $200 which means the total lease amount is just $273.75.
For the January 2nd edition of T-Mobile Tuesdays, T-Mo subscribers can score a $20 dining credit to Dining Advantage, a site with deals for restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and services.
Also available to T-Mobile customers next week is a free online course from Shaw Academy.
T-Mobile very recently announced its brand new version of JUMP! Since it was announced we’ve been bombarded with questions, and I’ve been sent an internal communication (or five) that lays out virtually everything you could possibly wish to know about the new program. Each time you upgrade your phone the 18-month term starts again.