1. ChrisxJacobsen's Avatar
    So I am awaiting my new iPad pro from
    T-Mobile. After I got the shipping info I also got the device agreement form for the monthly payments I will be making.

    Here is the break down:

    $226.85 down ($199 +shipping & tax in WA state)

    18 total payments of $37.26 (totaling $670.68).

    Bringing my total out of pocket cost to $897.53.

    Seeing as how the 128gb iPad Pro retails at $1079 +tax ($1,186 after tax) I feel like I stole something because this deal is far too good to be true!!!

    Anyone else get an iPad Pro from T-Mobile and get the same or similar deal?
    11-25-2015 11:36 AM
  2. TechnologyTwitt's Avatar
    I have T-Mobile too...

    I'm pretty sure it's 24 months not 18.
    11-25-2015 11:55 AM
  3. ChrisxJacobsen's Avatar
    The "Device financing agreement" I got states 18 months.
    11-25-2015 02:27 PM
  4. Peligro911's Avatar
    So I am awaiting my new iPad pro from
    T-Mobile. After I got the shipping info I also got the device agreement form for the monthly payments I will be making.

    Here is the break down:

    $226.85 down ($199 +shipping & tax in WA state)

    18 total payments of $37.26 (totaling $670.68).

    Bringing my total out of pocket cost to $897.53.

    Seeing as how the 128gb iPad Pro retails at $1079 +tax ($1,186 after tax) I feel like I stole something because this deal is far too good to be true!!!

    Anyone else get an iPad Pro from T-Mobile and get the same or similar deal?
    They had to of messed up unless you somehow go some sort of discount.
    site says it should be 199 up front and 36 and change a month for 24 months the math adds up to 1079

    iPad Pro | Read Reviews & Tech Specs on the Apple iPad Pro | T-Mobile
    11-25-2015 03:53 PM
  5. Xm_jdm's Avatar
    OP is incorrect. Did the math. Comes out to the Apple advertised price.
    11-25-2015 09:29 PM
  6. ChrisxJacobsen's Avatar
    11-26-2015 12:30 AM
  7. ILowry82's Avatar
    You did the math wrong. You got the iPad pro with Jump On Demand instead of a regular EIP agreement. You're essentially leasing the iPad with the option to buy after 18 months. You'll have to pay the $300 difference at the end of 18 months to own the iPad. Otherwise you'll have to turn it in.
    Not Quite Right likes this.
    11-26-2015 03:12 AM
  8. nowgoalelaine's Avatar
    OP is incorrect. Did the math. Comes out to the Apple advertised price.
    11-26-2015 04:23 AM
  9. Not Quite Right's Avatar
    You did the math wrong. You got the iPad pro with Jump On Demand instead of a regular EIP agreement. You're essentially leasing the iPad with the option to buy after 18 months. You'll have to pay the $300 difference at the end of 18 months to own the iPad. Otherwise you'll have to turn it in.
    Perfect explanation ...
    11-26-2015 08:34 AM
  10. mj0's Avatar
    Also, doesn't the JUMP plan include an US $10 premium each month? Which would mean you'd have to factor in another US $180.
    11-27-2015 02:45 AM
  11. Honey Beagle's Avatar
    I paid cash for mine. Avoid interest charges.
    03-12-2016 03:26 PM
  12. Quis89's Avatar
    I paid cash for mine. Avoid interest charges.
    No carrier financing plan has interest. Well definitely not Sprint or Verizon. There is no advantage to paying it all at once with a cellular iPad aside from the peace of mind of knowing its paid for.
    03-26-2016 05:48 PM

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