A comparison between T-Mobile Jump and AT&T Next
Just a few days ago, T-Mobile came up with a new plan known as the T-Mobile JUMP, which also means Just Upgrade My Phone! It allows the user to upgrade their phones when they want, twice a year. Then after few days, AT&T announced the AT&T Next program, a plan designed to go head-to-head with JUMP. “With AT&T Next, customers can get the newest smartphone or tablet every year with no down payment.”, and AT&T said that’s hard to beat. So which one is actually the best and cheapest?
Folks over at Consumer-Reports made a report on how much it will cost to own an iPhone 5 on either JUMP or Next. Instead I explain the whole difference, have a look on the comparison chart below which will give you an idea. Have a look:
So which one is the best and suitable for you? Answer it in the poll below and then tell us why in the comment box below.
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