T-Mobile today announced plans to begin offering accessories under its equipment installment plan, allowing users to purchase various iPhone and iPad accessories and pay for them over 24 months.

The equipment installment plan is available for accessories priced between $69 and $250 and does not require a downpayment for qualified customers. Customers must have a T-Mobile Simple Choice plan and if T-Mobile service is cancelled, the remaining accessory payments are due upon cancellation.

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This means you and your family could walk out the door not only with new smartphones and tablets but also with your choice of the latest audio and mobile accessories--all for $0 down and 24 monthly payments with a Simple Choice plan.

For example, you could pick up the state-of-the-art LG Tone Pro hands-free headset for $0 down and just $2.91 a month for 24 months with absolutely zero interest. You can find more information about T-Mobile's new EIP payment option for accessories at your nearest participating T-Mobile store.

On its website, T-Mobile offers a wide array of accessories, including Jawbone Jambox speakers, Beats By Dre headphones, Mophie charging packs, and more.

T-Mobile is also currently offering a deal that includes a $100 MasterCard with the purchase of both an iPhone and an iPad. T-Mobile will begin selling accessories via payment plan on Sunday, July 20.

Top Rated Comments

Drumjim85 Avatar
112 months ago
Debt, it's the American way.
Score: 6 Votes (Like | Disagree)
BornAgainApple Avatar
112 months ago
If you can't buy it outright then you can't actually afford it. Same goes with cars, as an American I feel disappointed that people will actually go for this.

I have a 2013 Highlander that I purchased new with 0% financing over 60 months because of my excellent credit. Why on Earth would I choose to pay for it outright???
Score: 5 Votes (Like | Disagree)
0007776 Avatar
112 months ago
If you can't buy it outright then you can't actually afford it. Same goes with cars, as an American I feel disappointed that people will actually go for this.

If they don't actually charge interest and you are planning on keeping service on T-Mobile for that long it's not a bad deal as then you can use that money for something that gets you interest or or to pay a bit more down on some other debt like a car or house.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
iPhonemaster5S Avatar
112 months ago
If you can't buy it outright then you can't actually afford it. Same goes with cars, as an American I feel disappointed that people will actually go for this.
Score: 3 Votes (Like | Disagree)
marc11 Avatar
112 months ago
If you can't buy it outright then you can't actually afford it. Same goes with cars, as an American I feel disappointed that people will actually go for this.
Buying your house in cash are you? There are tons of reasons to finance that have nothing to do with affordability.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)
yg17 Avatar
112 months ago
If you can't afford a $69 accessory, you shouldn't be buying it.
Score: 2 Votes (Like | Disagree)

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