Early Upgrade HTC One (M8) plans

All major US carriers now offer an early upgrade option where you can get a new phone every 6-12-18 months (depending on the carrier) by paying your phone in monthly installments.

  • New Phone every year, give back the old one...
  • Monthly Financing: pay monthly for your phone
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Early Upgrade- Everything You Need to Know

How does Early Upgrade work?

In order to receive your early upgrade....

  • You can be eligible for anywhere from 30 days’ to 24 months after signing up
  • You’ll need to pay a monthly fee that is separate from your service plan
  • This fee works out to be a percentage of your phone’s total retail purchase price
  • Most carriers don’t require you to pay an upfront down payment before receiving your phone and beginning the repayments
  • You also have the option to keep the phone you've got - you don't have to upgrade

T-Mobile's JUMP! (Early Upgrade)

T-Mobile is giving its customers innovative ways to ditch their old phones and JUMP! to a new one...

  • JUMP! is an early upgrade option that's now offered as an add-on feature for customers choosing to finance their T-Mobile device
  • To be eligible for JUMP!, a customer will need to sign up to have their new phone financed through T-Mobile's Equipment Installment Plan
  • Unlike rival early upgrade programs, there’s a flat $10 per month fee to join JUMP!
  • You can upgrade any time, as long as you've paid off 50% or more of the total balance owed

Things to remember about Early Upgrade

If you choose to Early Upgrade, here's a few things to consider....

  • you may still be paying several hundred dollars for a phone you don’t get to keep
  • There’s no obligation to stay with Early Upgrade once you’ve signed on and you can cancel the service at any time
  • If you do choose to cancel Early Upgrade, you will not be able to re-enroll until you purchase a new device/li>
  • Most carriers limit upgrades to twice yearly

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