T-Mobile makes Lumia 925, Lumia 521 free with new contracts in summer deal
T-Mobile has today announced its "Unprecedented Deal - Zero Dollars Down for All Devices" offer, which includes the Nokia Lumia 925 and Lumia 521. The Windows Phones are both available with no upfront fees when taken out with a new plan. This deal is open to both new and existing consumers, as well as business customers. Fantastic news if you're already with the mobile operator or are new and looking at the Lumia 925 or Lumia 521 as your next smartphone.
Be sure to take a moment to absorb this news as the offer doesn't kick-off until tomorrow (July 27th) and you can also take full advantage of the company's new JUMP! program, which was announced earlier this month. If you're not familiar with JUMP!, the program essentially enables you to upgrade your phone when you want, up to twice a year and as soon as six months from when the contract was signed (24-month plans).
Here's what you'll be looking to pay for both Windows Phones each month:
- Lumia 925 - $20/mo
- Lumia 521 - $5/mo
Good deals for those looking at picking up some bargains this summer. Will you be picking one up?
Source: T-Mobile (opens in new tab); thanks, Justin, for the tip!
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The "other storage" is a serious problem for many of us and SD cards make listening to music a frustrating experience.
Love this phone!
THERE ARE NO SAVINGS HERE. $22 * 24 ~= $50 + 24 * $20
like idelzork said, you are saving a grand total of TWO DOLLARS.
So instead I take all that blame and dump it on tmo for the bait and switch! strangely enough the site STILL says $20/mo for lumia, wonder if I print it out and take it to the store they'll honor it?