Before these changes, anyone a part of JOD could upgrade their phone up to 3 times in a year. Now, anyone on JOD can upgrade up to once every 30 days. Essentially, you can be just like an Android blogger, switching phones all of the time, should you be interested.
If you are a T-Mobile customer, but not enrolled in JOD, the way it works is rather simple. Essentially, each phone you have is just a lease, always owned by T-Mobile, unless you decide to purchase the device. After signing an 18-month agreement, the pricing structure is based on your credit, the device you choose, and the plan you opt for. Each is an important factor in determining your payment.
Currently, there isn’t a formal list of devices that are eligible for JOD, as the list continues to change. However, if you’re eyeing a new phone, such as the Moto Z2 Force, Galaxy S8, or LG G6, you’ll find it on there. With a lot of great Android devices on the horizon, now may be a good time to look into JOD.
Are you a JUMP! On Demand customer? What are your thoughts on this change? If you’re not on JOD, but this change makes it sound really cool to try out, dial 611 on your T-Mobile device and ask the customer service representative to start the enrollment process.