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Zero Down iPhone 5s, iPad Air at T-Mobile

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When AT&T gave up its bid to buy T-Mobile, the carrier predicted doom and gloom. Of course, they were right, but not in the way they said. Now, two years later consumers continue to reap the rewards as T-Mobile again and again increases the competitive pressure on Ma Bell, this time with zero down iPhones and iPads, just in time for Christmas.

If you have been holding off buying a new iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPad Air or Retina iPad mini in the hopes of getting a better deal, this could be your opportunity. T-Mobile has announced what’s sure to be a highly popular promotion — zero down iPhones and iPads.

“Customers can get iPhone 5s in the 16GB model for $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $27, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan,” informs T-Mobile in the press release announcing the promotion. “Customers can get iPhone 5c in the 16GB model for $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $22.91.”

None too shabby and the uncarrier is offering zero down iPad Air, Retina iPad mini and iPad mini deals, as well:

• iPad Air – $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $26.25, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan
16GB iPad mini – $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $17.91, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan
• 16GB iPad mini w/ Retina – $0 down with 24 equal monthly payments of $22.08, with a no annual service contract Simple Choice Plan

Don’t like T-Mobile or live in an area where fuchsia network is thin? Then consider discount MVNOs Straight Talk and Net10, which will begin offering discounted, contract-free terms for Apple’s latest iPhone models starting Friday.

Yep, although I technically “don’t need” a new smartphone or tablet, T-Mobile’s zero down iPhone and iPads are seriously tempting (honey, if you’r reading this…)…

What’s your take?

Via 9 to 5 Mac

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ronaldcarlson

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David Darby
David Darby

If only we could finance it with out their service. Hint hint