Sizzling hot wireless carrier T-Mobile is all set to announce its highly anticipated uncarrier move today. Consumers may choose to pay a monthly charge of $5 to get special access to the company’s cool discounts when upgrading to new handsets. The service is also dubbed as Score, and a number of offers are truly worthwhile and enticing.
If a patron has been a member of the Score for one year, this will automatically unlock deals on top-tier mobile devices. There are sample deals that will be disclosed in the company’s press release today like $150 discount on Nexus 6 or Galaxy Note 4, and a $100 markdown for opting for Galaxy S 5.
A consumer may opt for getting an entry-level smartphones for free after six months. The Alcatel OneTouch Evolve 2 for instance has a current price of $80, and paying just $30 for the mobile device in six months is a good deal as it is.
T-Mobile quips that it will constantly update its deals and expect in one year that the consumers will have wide-range of handsets to pick from. The company’s officials are the ones that decide which phones makes it into the list, and you are lucky if your preferred smartphones will get selected.
If the consumer opts not to upgrade his device annually, those extra $5 charges would pile up. The Score offer is available to all T-Mobile patrons, whether they are on prepaid or postpaid.