These phones will stop working on T-Mobile next month

We get it. You’re not made out of money and that is why you haven’t purchased a new smartphone since April of 2014 when you bought the (by invitation of course). Since you purchased the device and activated it via your T-Mobile account, you’ve seen the carrier go from last place (among four major wireless providers) to second place. The carrier is now the fastest growing of the major U.S. carriers. You’ve also seen the beginning of the 5G era, and the introduction of smartwatches and wireless Bluetooth ear buds. But after six years, perhaps it is time for you to consider a new handset.
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