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T-Mobile Upgrades iPhone 5 Trade-In Offer As Mother’s Day Treat

T-Mobile add as shown in the TmoNews website.
T-Mobile add as shown in the TmoNews website.

For people who are looking for a perfect Mother’s Day treat, T-Mobile offers iPhone 5 trade-in for its new and qualified customers according to the AppsGoneFree website. The offer started this May 10, so if you are looking for a last minute Mother’s Day gift, you might want to grab this deal right away.

Although the trade-in already exists since the iPhone 5 was launched by the carrier last April 12, the offer has been upgraded to provide customers a zero Dollar down payment when they trade in their iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S for the much recent Apple smartphone. Now, that would be $99.99 less than the original down payment which was initially presented by the carrier last month.

In addition, qualified customers will get to enjoy huge discounts on their monthly payments. According to the source, the monthly arrears of buyers could be reduced from the original value of $20 down to $15. This means up to $5 savings monthly.

Conditions for the Trade-In

Before customers can avail of the trade-in, there are certain conditions that must be fulfilled. First, the unit must still have its basic functions or it must be capable of being powered on. Then, the touchscreen of the device should not be cracked. Moreover, if the device has any damage, it shouldn’t have been caused by liquid or any other physical means.

Availability of the New Offer

If by chance you will not be able to trade-in your iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S for the brand new iPhone 5 this weekend, don’t worry. The existing offer of T-Mobile will be made available up to June 16. That would be just in time for Father’s Day too, just in case you are also looking for a perfect gift for your dad.

Source: AppsGoneFree and TmoNews

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