T-mobile is one of the last carriers to sell the iPhone. April 12th is the launch date and customers are excited. iPhone 5 will be available for qualifying customers with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan for $99.99 down and $20 per month for 24 months.
Since there is no standard two-year service agreement, you will have to pay T-Mobile an extra $20 over a 24-month span to fully pay off the cost of the device. At the same time, such gradual payments should prove to be very attractive to customers especially since they’re letting you pay less up front. Customers also have the option of paying the full price for the device up front and not paying T-Mobile any extra fees afterward.
This will likely lead to many more customers looking for equipment to boost their signal on the phone. Providers don't have coverage everywhere, and because T-Mobile uses a different cellular frequency for their data, the boosting solutions have been rather limited. So, Wilson Electronics came out with a virtually universal cradle device that the iPhone could sit in and receive a boosted signal. Another perk is it works with just about any phone and even most of the jetpacks/mifi/hotspots. The product is called the Wilson Sleek Universal and it is one of 3Gstore’s top selling items. Wilson first came out with the Wilson Sleek and since then made the Wilson 4g-V and the 4g-A. The original sleek boosts voice and 2g/3g data, as does the 4G-V and 4G-A models. However, the advantage to the 4G models is that they also support 4G LTE - on either Verizon or AT&T. You can purchase all your boosting equipment at 3gstore!