iPhone 6: T-Mobile Brings Exciting Cyber Monday Deals

Black Friday has come and gone. Those who couldn’t find good deals on the iPhone 6 are now looking to Cyber Monday. Though many of the country’s top retailers were offering iPhone 6 deals on Black Friday, few of them announced any deals for Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL)’s new phones on Cyber Monday. But T-Mobile US Inc (NYSE:TMUS) has announced the iPhone 6 deals on Cyber Monday Cyber Monday.

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The best iPhone 6 deal since launch

The Uncarrier is also offering discounts on the iPhone 5S and 5C. For December 1 only, the company is allowing you to upgrade to a higher capacity version at zero cost. For instance, T-Mobile is offering 64GB iPhone 6 model at the cost of 16GB version. That means you’ll save flat $100 off the $750 price tag for the 64GB iPhone 6. T-Mobile usually sells the 64GB variant for $749 or $99 down and $27/month payment plan. If you choose the payment plan, you can get the latest iPhone at zero down payment.

T-Mobile is offering similar deals on the iPhone 5S and 5C. You can have the 64GB iPhone 5S for the price of 32GB version ($599). If you want an iPhone 5C, you’ll get the 32GB variant at the price of 8GB model ($449). The old devices are also available at zero down payment on T-Mobile’s usual monthly plans. It is hands down the best deal on 64GB iPhone 6 since its launch in September.


iPhone 6 was T-Mobile’s biggest launch ever

T-Mobile’s Cyber Monday deal kicks off at 2:01 a.m. PST (5:01 a.m. EST) and ends at 11:59 p.m. PST or until supplies last. The deal is only available online, and you must buy a service plan along with the iPhone. The iPhone 6 supports WiFi calling on T-Mobile, along with free text messages (through Gogo service) on flights.

T-Mobile has been promoting the iPhones aggressively. In June, the network launched a test drive program that allowed anyone to try a T-Mobile iPhone for a week, free of charge. The company added the iPhone 6 to its test drive program in September. In October, T-Mobile CEO John Legere said that the iPhone 6 launch was the “biggest ever” for the carrier.

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