T-Mobile customers rejoice! If you're still contractually attached to the carrier and want to get your hands on the iPhone 5, you're in luck. But what would you like to hear first: the good news or the bad?
Let's start with the good. As of mid-October, T-Mobile will give owners of an unlocked iPhone 5s the opportunity to join the carrier by offering nano-SIM cards. This past Wednesday, the company rolled out their "Unlocked & Unlimited" campaign, which involved "carrying unlocked iPhones in its stores for demonstration purposes, airing national commercials inviting unlocked iPhone users into its stores, and launching a few of its own iPhone apps." Sounds good, right?
OK, let's give you the bad news. As some of you probably already know, unlocking your iPhone can be a little difficult and sometimes costly. In the end, the experience may leave you wondering whether having the iPhone 5s as a T-Mobile customer is actually worth it. Literally. Is it worth it in the end? It depends. How much are you willing to spend?