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Wednesday, June 18, 2014

T-Mobile UN-Carrier 5.0 lets you Test Drive the Apple iPhone 5s on its LTE network free for one week


T-MobileToday's focus may have been on Amazon's Fire Phone, but T-Mobile also hosted a press event of their own, which they moved to Seattle to accommodate Amazon's announcement. T-Mobile took the opportunity to unveil its UN-Carrier 5.0 initiative which will allow consumers to test drive the T-Mobile network, free for one week. Those who sign up will receive an Apple iPhone 5s to use with the test.



 After one week, the consumer will decide whether or not to continue with the carrier. If he decides not to continue, the consumer returns the iPhone 5s to a nearby T-Mobile location, owing nothing (granted that the phone is returned in proper condition).

To take advantage of T-Mobile's Test Drive, you will need to order the iPhone 5s by mail. You need to be at least 18 years old to qualify for the test. If the phone is returned with a cracked screen, water damage or an active Find My iPhone feature, you will be charged $100 for a damage fee. And if you do decide to test drive the network, a hold for $699.99 plus taxes will be placed on your credit card. If the phone is not returned in a timely manner, your card will be charged that amount.Each person will be allowed one Test Drive, with one trial allowed per credit card and billing address.

T-Mobile is extending the opportunity with the #7NightStand Challenge. Once you receive your free phone trial on T-Mobile's LTE network, you can partake in 7 challenges and you will be entered for a chance to win a grand prize - a trip for two to one of the most romantic locations in the world.

This is the perfect way for T-Mobile to get customers of Verizon, Sprint and AT&T to try its network. Legere, of course, is hoping that the T-Mobile network proves itself enough in one week, that those testing the pipeline, decide to switch. Interested in testing T-Mobile's LTE network with a free iPhone 5s? Follow the source link at the bottom of this page to get started.




source: T-Mobile

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