Earlier this week, T-Mobile announced that it is testing a 36-month split plan to pay off its expensive smartphone for three years instead of a new two-year period. This plan officially begins this Friday.
Full details are not yet available, but according to T-Mobile's announcement, Samsung Galaxy S9, Galaxy S8, LG G7 ThinQ, "ideal" can receive the plan. Combined with the company's transaction proposal, the customer says, "You can pay at least $ 10 a month for a new smartphone." While this figure may be a little optimistic, it's probably a bad choice if you want to reduce your monthly bill.
T-Mobile does not offer a long-term plan for the first time. AT & T also offers options for 36 months and 30 months. However, the fact that such a plan is being established is a major price point for a major phone, plus a $ 1,000 price point.
Unfortunately, Apple's latest iPhone does not seem to be included in the 36 month plan. T-Mobile's support page states that "36-month EIP conditions may only be available on some devices."