T-Mobile Cheap Phone and On Demand ProgramDamien Moye
It is amazing how accessible the smartphone is now. Because just five years ago, or over, the smartphone was only for the rich or middle class. But now, you can get a smartphone for as little as $20. T-Mobile knows this. It’s the T-Mobile cheap phone and on demand program.
Today, T-Mobile releases the T-Mobile Android Revvy. So you have a choice. You could buy it up front for $125. Or you could lease it for as little as $5 a month. However, as one spokesperson joked, this phone helps you keep up with the Jones’, not the Kardashians. But look at the price? What do you expect?
Well, one can expect a 5.5 inch screen, 13 megapixel camera, and Media Tek MT6738 processor. The Revy runs on Android Nougat. Smartphone critics boast the 3,000mAh battery. Because it may not keep you going and going, but it’s sufficient enough. There is also 32 GB of storage. So you may not have $130 to pay right away? You’re in luck, thanks to the the T-Mobile cheap phone’s On Demand Program. This program also includes other T-Mobile cheap phones. But those will run you seven or eight dollars a month. So the Android Revvy is about the cheapest you can get, well, from T-Mobile.
First of all, I applaud T-Mobile for making this move. I say this because in our Boston computer service shop, we see quite a few cheaper smart phones. In fact, I have one myself. You see, not everybody wants to wait in line for hours and pay $700 for the next big thing. Some of us don’t get our kicks that way. So for some, this phone would be fine. I’m not the only one. Many people, from all economy levels, would rather have a basic smartphone than the next big thing. Phone companies like T-Mobile and AT&T realize this and they’re taking advantage of this market. As well they should. Would you purchase a T-Mobile cheap phone?