Guys, the iPhone 6S is officially launching tomorrow. Pre-orders have long been shut down on the Apple site at this point (though you can still order the phone online, it won’t arrive for three to four weeks). The lines outside of Apple stores tomorrow will probably only be rivaled by the lines to see the Pope in New York City. Perhaps some of you thought you’d be sitting out this round of upgrades because — well, let’s be honest — iPhones aren’t cheap.

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This latest news according to CNN Money about T-Mobile’s deal is going to make you want to break out in a happy dance. You can get the new iPhone 6S (and be eligible to upgrade THREE times in a year) with the network’s JUMP! On Demand plan for $5 a month. All you need to do is trade in your old iPhone 6/6 Plus. If you sat out on the 6/6 Plus too and still have an iPhone 5S, you can trade that in and pay $10 a month for Apple’s most powerful handset to date.

Even T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere tweeted about the deal. Because it’s pretty freakin’ exciting! This kind of blows AT&T Next’s payment plans out of the water — they’re stilli $21.64 per month for the 16 GB iPhone 6S (the most basic and affordable storage tier). Verizon starts at $27.08 per month and Sprint clocks in at $15 per month.

Needless to say, in the iPhone 6S network race, it’s T-Mobile FTW.

Will you be getting the T-Mobile plan? Tell us in the comments below!

(h/t CNN Money, photo via Stephen Lam/Getty + T-Mobile)