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T-Mobile will disconnect device payment on new subscription
T-Mobile will provide customers with a new subscription or let them choose a smartphone directly wholly or partly to pay off, whether they do so via the monthly statement. Display the provider wants more transparent what the unit costs by being able to disconnect it from abo.
T-Mobile A spokesman for T-Mobile confirms the arrival of the new subscription after Tweakers got a tip about this. The subscription form is the successor to the current set together. “Suppose you put a few hundred dollars aside for a smartphone, then you can use immediately to pay off the unit completely or partially,” the spokesman said.
Additionally expire monthly phone payment after the 1-year or 2-year contract. “The unit costs are no longer hidden in the subscription fee. So it is completely clear to customers what they are paying for their device,” said T-Mobile.
It is expected that the new subscription is introduced into the first half of 2015. Details on the subscription tariffs, bundles and conditions the provider at a later date known.
The Supreme Court ruled last summer that providers should clearly show how much ‘free’ device with a subscription in reality because it actually comes to a hire purchase agreement. A consumer agreement, the Supreme Court may be partially or completely destroy the providers fail to mention the unit price, because the legal rules for consumer protection are violated.Viewing:-120
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