The un-carrier from the US, T-Mobile, has introduced its $0 down deal for some of the most recent and sought-after phones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S4 and LG G2. Those who opt for this offer will not have to sign any contract or pay any upfront cost to purchase the said gadgets. It is valid for new as well as existing customers who wish to get access to the 4G LTE network on a budget.
Customers will have to shell out monthly device payments though, along with monthly rentals of the voice and data plan they choose. The offer is applicable only for a limited time and interested people can walk into any participating retail store to make the most of it.
If you buy the Galaxy Note 3 without an upfront cost and a customer agreement via T-Mobile, you will have to turn in $29.50 every month for a period of two years, while Samsung’s Galaxy S4 and LG’s G2 require you to fork out 24 equal monthly installments of $25. And those who choose the Note 2 need to pay $24 per month for the same period of time.
Users can upgrade their devices twice a year, six months after signing up for the program. There’s JUMP! which lets them do so frequently and affordably and even provides handset protection for $10 per month per device. The Simple Choice Plan available with these handsets starts at $50 per month for unlimited talk and text and 500MB of data usage.
The T-Mobile $0 down deal has already gone live for the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and 3, Galaxy S4 and LG G2 in the US.