T-Mobile, specifically its eccentric CEO John Legere, announced a couple pretty major initiatives with Apple today that, amongst other things, feature free Apple Music streaming and an upgraded iPhone trade-in plan.
Music Freedom, a pretty sweet “#Uncarrier” initiative from T-Mobile, makes sure that streamed tunes from various music apps don’t eat into your allotted data. Today, T-Mobile announced that it would be adding Apple Music streaming to the service as well. Legere specified that as of now, the services covered by Music Freedom accounted for 95% of music streamed in the United States.
Legere also announced an update to its JUMP! On Demand iPhone trade-in program. Customers have been able to rent a new iPhone on the service for $15 a month and when a new model of the iPhone (or any other phone) came out, they could trade-in their old phone and upgrade to the new model. The company already has one of…
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