PSA: T-Mobile's JUMP! and Simple Choice Family Plans Are Now Active

Yesterday, T-Mobile's new JUMP! and Simple Choice Family Plans became available on their website. So you can now enroll in the JUMP! program and sign up for the new $100 Family Plan at T-Mobile which they announced last week.

T-Mobile's JUMP! program allows you to upgrade your phone twice a year for a $10/month fee. Which does include handset insurance, which you already pay $8-12/month depending on your carrier and device. So it's a pretty great deal. The only downside is that once you join JUMP! (Just Upgrade My Phone) you have to wait 6 months before you can do your first "JUMP" or upgrade. Remember when you do upgrade you'll have to turn in your existing handset, and you'll get a brand new phone at new customer pricing.

The new family plans are pretty good as well. You can get 4 lines for $100 a month. That comes with unlimited talk and text and 500MB of 4G data per month. Of course, if you want unlimited data, that's going to cost a bit more. But where else can you get 4 lines for $100? Most carriers charge around $100 for a single line, so it's definitely a great deal if you have great T-Mobile coverage in your area.

Don't forget that T-Mobile is giving away 730 Galaxy S4's in their #Hate2Wait campaign. So make sure you enter, there's plenty of Galaxy S4's to be won. You can check out the links below for the JUMP! program and the new Family plans. Both are great deals, and T-Mobile is really innovating in the wireless space, which is desperately needed. Hopefully we'll see the others changing up how they do things soon as well.

How many of you have signed up for T-Mobile's JUMP! program? Or are checking out their new Family Plans? Let us know your thoughts on either of those in the comments down below.

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