T-Mobile adds Apple Music to Music Freedom, offers deal to lock-in iPhone 6s for $15 a month

T-Mobile has added Apple Music to its Music Freedom, allowing customers to stream from the service without eating up their data plan. Additionally, T-Mobile is offering a new deal which can lock you into a $15 monthly payment for the upcoming iPhone 6s. Customers who switch to an iPhone 6 on T-Mobile using the Jump on Demand program before Labor Day can lock into a 16GB phone for $15 a month. Those customers can then upgrade their phone to the iPhone 6s when it is announced, and keep the same monthly payment.

With the addition of Apple Music to Music Freedom, subscribers of Apple's new streaming service will be able to stream to their heart's content on the go, without using up all of their data. Apple Music joins iHeartRadio, Milk Music, Pandora, Rdio, Slacker, Spotify, and a number of other services that are already free to stream for T-Mobile subscribers.

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Jared DiPane

Jared started off writing about mobile phones back when BlackBerry ruled the market, and Windows Mobile was kinda cool. Now, with a family, mortgage and other responsibilities he has no choice but to look for the best deals, and he's here to share them with you.

  • This T-Mobile stuff all sounds GREAT, but there coverage in my area is not good at all. I wish it was
  • Keep an eye out! T-Mobile isn't as good in my area (Phoenix) as well, but they reply/help on Twitter and they're the ONLY network that has a visible stream of upgrades happening (meaning you can see their improvements monthly). I believe them to be one of the best networks (even if they're smaller).
  • They're doing a major investment in their LTE network. They're switching their rural 2G networks to be a combination of LTE/2G with no 3G and they're aggressively implimenting 700mHz Band 12 LTE in a lot of areas. Hopefully your area will get some love. I live in Austin and T-Mobile is second to none here. https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer?mid=zYsWXH8QR36Q.k_csKbu63eVk
  • I hope this iPhone 6S deal is available for longtime customers. I'm strongly considering getting the 6S, and it would be nice to pay only $15 per month for it!
  • I was tempted but you never actually own the phone (which is fine for a lot of people) but I bought our iPhones full up front and T Mobile's 100 dollars a month for two phones unlimited talk/text and 10 GB of data per phone was 100 dollars cheaper a month than our plan on Verizon.
  • Yes you can actually own the phone it's a lease to buy option. What you pay monthly goes towards the full price. Sent from the iMore App
  • The Jump program requires you to trade in your phone though in order to get a new one. You also have to have a qualifying phone to get in on the program. https://www.imore.com/e?link=https2F2Fc%2F15922...
  • I took my friend's old iPhone 4 in. They totally accepted it.
  • I just don't trust the coverage of Tmo for me. I will consider testing their network if that is still available, then i would have to find a way out of my current "device contract", aka Next plans.
  • WAIT IPHONE 6s is out??? Sent from the iMore App
  • FYI: it's not free...you pay an extra $15/month on top of your phone payment, that's $180/year...not worth it. Sent from the iMore App
  • For a phone that would otherwise cost you $750 upfront or quite a bit more than $15/mo to your payment in subsidies, I don't understand why you think it's not worth it. I can have the latest iPhone right now and all next year for $180/yr. That's a steal no matter how you look at it.
  • So if the iPhone 6s isn't available in 16GB, do you automatically get the 32GB? Also, the Jump on Demand deal usually has to happen in the store. Does that mean we have to go into the store to order the 6s, or can we do it online?