Certain Apple and Samsung products will drop down to no money down at T-Mobile starting Wednesday, the company said today.
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While T-Mobile is easing the upfront payment, customers still end up paying the same amount, as the difference is spread across the monthly device payments over two years. Customers still have to meet certain credit requirements to qualify for these plans.