iPhone 5 Comes to T-Mobile Friday with New $0 Down Trade-in Offer

  iPhone 5 Comes to T-Mobile Friday with New $0 Down Trade-in Offer

Business Wire

BELLEVUE, Wash. -- April 10, 2013

Delivering on its Un-carrier promise to change how wireless is done in
America, T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced it will supplement its amazing
iPhone 5 upfront pricing with a special trade-in offer when the revolutionary
smartphone arrives in T-Mobile stores this Friday, April 12.

“Our message to iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 customers is simple: bring in your
device and trade up to iPhone 5 on T-Mobile,” said Mike Sievert, chief
marketing officer for T-Mobile. “We’re making it incredibly attractive to buy
an iPhone 5 by pairing an un-beatable upfront price and trade-in offer with
Simple Choice, the most hassle-free and affordable rate plan in wireless.”

The special trade-in offer, which lasts through Father’s Day on June 16,
enables well-qualified customers who bring in their iPhone 4S or iPhone 4 to
get iPhone 5 for $0 down plus monthly payments^1, with a no annual service
contract Simple Choice Plan from T-Mobile. Depending on the trade-in value of
their device, customers will also receive a credit of up to $120, which can be
used toward monthly payments, an existing T-Mobile bill, or the purchase of
accessories or another device.

Through its Simple Choice Plan, T-Mobile is the only major U.S. wireless
company offering iPhone 5 with no annual service contract plus unlimited talk,
text and Web on a screaming-fast nationwide 4G network.

With T-Mobile, iPhone5 customers will enjoy an outstanding 4G wireless
experience, seamlessly connecting to both T-Mobile’s existing 4G and growing
4G LTE networks.T-Mobile recently announced 4G LTE service in seven major
metropolitan areas, including Baltimore; Houston; Kansas City; Las Vegas;
Phoenix; San Jose, Calif.; and Washington, D.C. T-Mobile’s 4G LTE network is
expected to reach 100 million people by midyear and 200 million nationwide by
the end of 2013. The company’s 4G HSPA+ network reaches 225 million people in
229 metropolitan areas.

Simple Choice

T-Mobile offers iPhone 5 customers one of the simplest and most competitive
consumer rate plans in wireless. Rather than providing a dizzying number of
consumer rate plans, T-Mobile has just one: Simple Choice.

T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan starts with a base rate of $50 per month for
unlimited talk, text and Web with 500MB of up to 4G speed data. Consumers can
add 2GB of up to 4G speed data for $10 per month per line or get unlimited 4G
data for an additional $20 per month per line. Customers can add a second
phone line for $30 per month, and each additional line is just $10 per month.
There are no caps and no overages.

Pricing & Availability

iPhone 5 will be available nationwide on Friday, April 12 beginning at 9 a.m.
at all T-Mobile company-owned retail stores, as well as online at
http://www.T-Mobile.com.iPhone 5 will be available for well-qualified
customers with T-Mobile’s Simple Choice Plan for $99.99 down and $20 per month
for 24 months.0% APR O.A.C.

^1Financing is available on approval of credit online and in participating
locations. Device loan balance due on rate plan cancellation. Not available in
the District of Columbia. iPhone4S and iPhone4 will be available in select

About T-Mobile USA:

Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless operation of
Deutsche Telekom AG (OTCQX: DTEGY). By the end of the first quarter of 2013,
approximately 34 million mobile customers were served by T-Mobile USA — all
via a common technology platform based on GSM, HSPA+ and LTE. For more
information, please visit http://www.T-Mobile.com. T-Mobile is a federally
registered trademark of Deutsche Telekom AG. For further information on
Deutsche Telekom, please visit www.telekom.de/investor-relations.

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