T-Mobile is bringing their unlimited spirit to mobile devices themselves with improvements to their JUMP program. The new JUMP service allows you to upgrade to a new device as often as you want, in true unlimited fashion.
Edge, Jump, and Next: the “opt out” shell game, and how to win.
We wanted a way out of our two-year contracts early, without paying an early termination fee. Each carrier has done that for us, although the ETF is really just parsed out differently. Be it making sure your device is half paid for like Verizon asks, or a monthly fee for the option to leave, you’re still paying for that ETF in some way.
Fewer customers see the need to upgrade their smartphones, trouble ahead for Samsung and Apple
There is trouble ahead for the big handset manufacturers like Samsung and Apple as fewer people are trading in their old smartphones for new ones.
Can you whip up any excitement about Apple tweaking the iPhone 5 and calling it the iPhone 5S or Samsung releasing yet another Galaxy S4 variant?
Verizon’s new VZ Edge upgrade plan to take on T-Mobile’s JUMP initiative, report says