Back in October of last year, there were reports that T-Mobile’s Jump! On Demand program was no more. Apparently, this is not the case because the third biggest wireless carrier in the United States is actually updating the program, albeit quietly. This time around, the mobile operator is now allowing its subscribers to upgrade to a new handset every 30 days.
A year and three months after launching Jump! On Demand, the third biggest wireless carrier in America has apparently decided to quietly end the program. According to a report published by PhoneArena, staff from one of T-Mobile’s retail outlets has revealed that the program is no longer made available as an option for new customers, or for current subscribers looking to get additional lines of service to their account.
It was reported back in January early this year that Samsung had plans to launch a smartphone upgrade of its own, particularly one for its Galaxy line of mobile devices. Well, the South Korean tech giant is now realizing those plans this week by officially rolling out an upgrade program that should encourage more Android mobile users to get newer Galaxy models. But alas, this program is only made available in the South Korean mobile market.
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