T-Mobile to cut prices on iPhones by up to $50 starting Wednesday


A leaked memo sent to T-Mobile team members today reveals that the wireless carrier plans to cut the price on all of its iPhone models by up to $50 starting on Wednesday.

The memo, as posted by Tmonews, shows that the price cut will affect the iPhone 4 and 4s and the iPhone 5, 5s and 5c models. However, it does not have the specific price reductions on each of the phones. It's possible that tomorrow's price cuts will only see some of the iPhone models cut by $50 while others will experience lower price reductions.

Of course, such a move by T-Mobile could be interpreted as a way to get rid of some inventory in advanced of the rumored iPhone 6 release, but if you have been waiting for a lower price for the current iPhone models, this might be up your alley. What do you think of T-Mobile cutting the prices of the iPhone at this stage?

Source: Tmonews

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T-Mobile to cut prices on iPhones by up to $50 starting Wednesday


Could bei a Great move if they keep it Even After the iPhone 6 comes out. Because right now I and maybe others might be more inclined to actually buy it via the apple store.

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They actually never did sell the 4. T-Mobile only started carrying the iPhone in 2013. The 4 only worked provisionally on T-Mobile's network using EDGE, since its radio didn't support the GSM frequencies T-Mobile uses for 4G data.