I'll start by saying that I've been an Android user for the past 6 years. However, I've recently veered away from my 8-5 desk job and started my own business. Since making this change I've started relying on my phone for more work productivity and I'm finding that it lacks in many areas, especially when it comes to syncing notes/reminders to my newly purchased Macbook pro. I'm looking for a more seamless phone/computer experience. So it's time to get back into an iPhone. I was about to go pickup an iPhone 6, then naturally, Apple announces the 6s. Shortly after that I find the below article about T-Mobile's upgrade offer which provides the 6s for $5/month if you trade in an iPhone 6 or newer Galaxy phone. Unfortunately, I have an LG G4, so if I upgrade from that, I pay $15/month. Link to article: http://www.macrumors.com/2015/09/23/tmobile-jump-on-demand-iphone-6s-offer/ With that said, I'm a "JUMP! On Demand" customer and I have 2 more jump upgrades left to use this year. So here's what I'm thinking... If I go in tomorrow and use one of my yearly upgrades to switch from the LG G4 to the iPhone 6, wait 1-2 weeks and then go in and use my second upgrade to go from the 6 to the 6s, in theory I should be able to get into the 6s for $5/month. I know it's a bit of a work around, but does anyone see why this wouldn't work?