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T-Mobile adds AppleCare to its JUMP! and Premium Device Protection programs

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New T-Mobile customers will be able to get AppleCare protection for their iPhone or iPad through the carrier's Premium Device Protection program.

T-Mobile has announced that it will start offering AppleCare device coverage for customers who purchase iPhones and iPad for its network. Apple's extended warranty program is being offered as a part of T-Mobile's existing Premium Device Protection at no additional cost. In addition to new customers, AppleCare services will also be available to those who purchased their device recently.

From T-Mobile (opens in new tab):

Both T-Mobile's Premium Device Protection (previously called Premium Handset Protection) and JUMP! with Premium Device Protection will now include AppleCare Services for eligible Un-carrier customers who recently purchased a new device. For just $12 a month, iPhone and iPad users can get complete peace of mind with protection from loss, theft or accidental damage, hardware coverage, the security features of Lookout Mobile Security® Premium—and now, award-winning AppleCare Services.

So what can you expect from the inclusion of AppleCare in your T-Mobile protection plan? Here's what T-Mobile says:

  • 24/7 priority access to AppleCare's award-winning technical support via chat or phone
  • Low service fees such as $29 for iPhone screen damage
  • $0 for battery service
  • Apple-certified repair or replacement at Apple Stores and Apple Authorized Service Providers
  • Software support for iOS, iCloud, and Apple-branded iOS apps
  • Hardware repairs and service backed by Apple

AppleCare protection is available for T-Mobile customers now.

Joseph Keller is the former Editor in Chief of iMore. An Apple user for almost 20 years, he spends his time learning the ins and outs of iOS and macOS, always finding ways of getting the most out of his iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, and Mac.

4 Comments
  • Just get an otter box or life proof and you should be good. Battery issues are a whole different ball game I would just get the AppleCare out right in one shot through apple Sent from the iMore App
  • I got apple care plus from apple only Sent from the iMore App
  • AppleCare+ is around $129. In about 10 months of this you've paid it off. People typically get a new iPhone annually so there's an extra $24 you'll be paying under this plan if you upgrade each year. That may be worth it to some if you don't want to spend the $129 at one time. But if you don't upgrade annually...there's nothing about this that makes financial sense.
  • that 24 dollars also allows you to get a replacement phone should yours ever get lost or stolen (after deductible of course) So it's actually not that bad of a price considering