Originally Posted by d12unk13astard
Ugh I hate jump, it's a gimmick really. You have to give tmobile your damn near paid off phone for a new phone just to do the same thing over and over again. I understand this sounds good to some people but if you ask me it's never really your phone even though your making all these steep payments monthly. I don't think I'll be able to sell my note 3 for a long time, it's the best phone I've ever used since 2009 and I gave the g1 a try (never cared for cell phones til than). But even if I did sell it.. I know I could get back more cash from a 3rd party than I could from t mobile.
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You are correct, it never is your phone. Why should it be? You're not paying $650-$1000 USD like every other country for the newest superphone on the market on launch day. You're paying $130-ish over a 6 month period while you wait for the newest latest greatest. As someone who previously paid full retail on launch day for the last handful of Galaxy devices, then to sell them 4-8 months later, let me tell you... Jump 1.0 is a FANTASTIC deal! If I don't have to OWN my device, but simply borrow it from T-mobile that's a small price to pay really.
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