t-mobile accessories

As expected, T-Mobile has announced that it plans to begin offering accessories under its equipment installment plan. The program, which initially launched last year, allows customers to  purchase mobile devices [and now accessories] for $0 and small monthly payments spread out over two years.

The plan does not require a downpayment for qualified customers, and applies to all accessories priced between $69 and $250. Customers must be a T-Mobile subscriber, with a Simple Choice plan, and if the service is ever terminated, they’ll be required to pay the remaining monthly payments in full…

Here’s more from T-Mobile’s press release:

Easier Than Ever to Get Accessories
Our Un-carrier commitment to choice extends beyond phones and tablets to the accessories that make them more personal. And, starting Sunday July 20th, we’re making it easier than ever to get those accessories by extending T-Mobile’s pioneering EIP (equipment installment plan) to nearly all accessories—starting with those as low as $69 and up to $250.

This means you and your family could walk out the door not only with new smartphones and tablets but also with your choice of the latest audio and mobile accessories—all for $0 down and 24 monthly payments with a Simple Choice plan. For example, you could pick up the state-of-the-art LG Tone Pro hands-free headset for $0 down and just $2.91 a month for 24 months with absolutely zero interest. You can find more information about T-Mobile’s new EIP payment option for accessories at your nearest participating T-Mobile store.

T-Mobile stores carry a number of accessories, including Samsung’s Gear Fit fitness tracker, Beats By Dre headphones, and Jawbone’s line of Jambox bluetooth speakers. The company also recently announced a back-to-school promotion that includes a free $100 gift card with purchase of an iPhone and iPad.

Again, T-Mobile will begin offering payment plans on accessories on Sunday, July 20th.

  • Dani Hayes

    Crappy service or not T-Mobile is leading the way in the mobile industry.

    • mlee19841

      Sure is. Their prices and unlimited data can’t be beat. Vzw Is having their way with me. But I’m about 35 min outside of Philadelphia and the service isn’t great at all. Hope it changes. These vzw prices are ridiculous.

      • Dani Hayes

        I’m still with AT&T :/ tried to switch to t-mobile but it was too much upfront. So I stayed with AT&T and was able to keep my unlimited data and upgraded to the 5s.

      • mlee19841

        The zero down commercials sound great

      • Manuel Molina

        I feel you man. I have a 19% discount and say the same thing. I just cut text messages off and went to a 450 minute & unlimited data plan. 60 dollars a month and using Google voice as my texting service. The choices we make to have nice things. 🙁

    • Manuel Molina

      They are and why I decided to switch a lot lately. But I took a recent trip to bear mountain, and I tried to use my friends internet to get GPS locations… No service.

      Verizon, which I have and am deciding to switch from, had a few bars at least. Just too much frigging money for nothing.

  • The more I seeing such news about them, the more I keep wishing they’d make their way across the border…