• T-Mobile's Jump On Demand Program Now Has iPad mini 4 and iPad Air 2



    U.S. mobile carrier T-Mobile recently announced that Apple’s iPad mini 4 and iPad Air 2 is now part of the company’s Jump On Demand program. This means that customers can upgrade up to three times per year and get a device on a 18-month lease. The tablets are available in all different storage sizes, so upfront fees and monthly payments will vary depending on which model the customer chooses.

    The lowest 16GB iPad mini model is just $22 per month with no upfront fees at signup. The 64GB iPad mini however, will be $21 per month but has a down payment of $100 during the time of signup and the largest 128GB model is $19 per month with a $200 down payment. As for the iPad Air 2, down payment will also be $100 and $200 for the 64GB and 128GB models, respectively and the monthly payment is between $24 and $26.

    It is unclear as to how long this offer will last but T-Mobile did noted that pricing is for a ‘limited time.’ Those who enjoy the device can either pay off the device or return it at the end of the lease.

    Source: T-Mobile
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