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4 Reasons T-Mobile is the Winning Carrier of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus

With the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus hitting the market, there are lots of things to be excited for. The annual unveiling of the improved iPhone version not only has gotten consumers looking forward to an overall faster connection along with new features like the 3D Touch and Live Photos, but it has also given them a chance to reevaluate their current mobile service providers as they shell out for the latest and greatest. Here are four reasons T-Mobile is the carrier that makes the most sense for the 6s era.

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  1. When you get a shiny, new smartphone, in this case the almighty iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, your usage time inevitably tends to increase due to the often-improved user experience and benefits the phone provides. Since this phone will offer 4K video capturing, it’s highly likely you’ll want to take video anywhere and everywhere you go. This in essence means a direct spike in data usage. But that’s no problem for T-Mobile because the service provider offers a very flexible data option called Data Stash. Simply put, it’s an option to buy extra data, and unlike other carriers, any unused data you use rolls over to the next month so you get what you pay for. To top off an already great match of phone to provider, the new iPhone is set to have the fastest form of LTE (called LTE Advance) and support the best Wi-Fi networks around—conveniently, T-Mobile is rapidly expanding its own service towers at exponential pace.
  1. Many iPhone users fall into the demographic of ones who like to explore, travel often and do the daily urban commute. Luckily T-Mobile makes the perfect fit for the worker bee and traveler types. Its free music streaming keeps the work commute entertaining with non-stop jams that don’t cost money. Even better, when up in the air, T-Mobile provides free in-flight texting so you can communicate with those down on the ground without any hiccups. And it gets better—the provider additionally has no-roaming fees in international destinations like Canada and Mexico—a huge advantage and answer to the recurring concern for those going across borders.
  1. When you’re purchasing the next generation iPhone, it may be a significant chunk of change you don’t have available to paid all at once. What gives T-Mobile a competitive edge on its rival carriers is that it has no-interest phone payment plans. Furthermore, if you go over your monthly data allotment, you will not be charged. This is a key selling point for anyone who has gotten charged an annoying $15 on top of their bill because they happened to need more data that month.
  1. For the iPhone user who tends goes with the flow, it’s sometimes intimidating to make commitments, in this instance committing to a phone plan. T-Mobile does not make you sign a contract for services. It gives you the freedom to quit anytime should you choose, so the worst you can do is try it for yourself with no obligation to stay forever. Freedom to choose feels good, and it’s kind of the mantra the carrier, known as the “uncarrier,” holds because it prefers to break the rules other limiting service providers have previously established and give you something better.

It’s an exciting season for change. A new iPhone means a new provider might be in store for you as well. T-Mobile is proving to be one of the most customer-friendly carriers out there and its benefits bode quite well with the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus features.

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Jennifer Thayer is a freelance journalist who loves writing about technology. She enjoys showing readers how they can use devices like laptops and smartphones to make their lives easier. She is an editor at Follow Jennifer on Twitter: @TechyJen.

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