T-Mobile Has Some Amazing Early Trade-In Offers for Apple’s “Super Retina” iPhone X

Rafia Shaikh
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Apple's "futuristic" iPhone X doesn't come any less than a hefty $999 price tag. While the company has reduced the prices of its iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, its upcoming iPhone X won't come cheap. But, don't worry as we are hopefully going to see multiple deals trying to take some load off that number.

T-Mobile appears to be the first who was ready with the information it had through leaks and rumors that iPhone X won't be one cheap device. The carrier has now announced an iPhone X trade-in deal offering a $300 credit. If you own an iPhone 6 or a newer device in good condition, you can get the credit towards your iPhone X. This credit can also be applied if you are purchasing the Apple iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus.

Don't forget that the base model of iPhone X comes at $999 at 64GB storage option. If you want to get the 256GB variant (the only two storage choices), the price will also go up to a whopping $1,150. T-Mobile's $300 credit will certainly help you a little bit if you have been eyeing this new iPhone. The deal is valid for all T-Mobile customers who buy the new iPhone X on an equipment installment plan (EIP). You can move over to the Jump program later on, but the details aren't available at the moment.

We tried to reach out to T-Mobile for specifics - as we all know there always are many - but, the company said it has no more details to share right now. Looks like the CEO was too excited and wanted to board the iPhone X excitement train. When asked on Twitter, a T-Mobile representative seems to be offering the following response too, "No specific info to share right now. Stay tuned!"

You can also head over to T-Mobile and sign up to be notified. "Waiting for something big? Us too," the notification page says. "It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for. One of the biggest launches of the year. Sign up and we’ll let you know about any special offers and when pre-order begins."

We will share as more details and other carrier offers become available.


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