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When you choose Rent The Roo for mobile phone rental, you only pay for the device itself, meaning you can choose whatever plan suits you best. All our mobile phones are BRAND NEW and come from the most trusted names on the market.
At the end of your rental period, you can gift your phone to a friend, family member, or charity free of charge. Whether you want to give it to someone from your household or pass on the goodwill, Rent The Roo makes mobile phone rental and ownership easy!
Shopping for the latest iPhone can be expensive, especially when you get locked into a bloated long-term contract. With Rent The Roo, you can enjoy iPhone rental without getting stuck in an oversized phone plan. We can make the whole process easy for you, helping you get your new iPhone 11, iPhone 12, or iPhone 13 mobile phone rental!
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With JUMP! On Demand, when you bring in your current phone to swap out for a new one, it will need to be in good working condition. If the device is damaged, the fees range from $40 up to $350 per the amount of damage, depending on the device. We highly recommend adding handset insurance for ultimate peace of mind. Protection covers accidental damage, mechanical breakdown, loss, and theft, and provides a replacement phone up to two times in twelve months after the deductible or any processing fees are paid. If a device is damaged and does not pass inspection at trade-in, you must file a claim for the damaged device through Protection and pay the deductible or any processing fee to replace it before a trade-in for an upgrade can be initiated. However, this can be handled in one visit to a participating T-Mobile store. If you want to file a device protection claim but not process an upgrade, you can call the vendor directly without a store visit.
When you are ready to upgrade, you can get a new smartphone with JUMP! On Demand. We will apply the trade-in value of your current device toward your EIP and you will need to pay off any remaining EIP balance. Then the JUMP! feature will be removed and the ability to upgrade whenever you want will be included in your monthly phone payment.
She owns her home outright. But she needs to pay monthly "lot rent" to the park for the little patch of land that it sits on. And the managers of the park, a couple named Stan and Nancy, used to live right here.
"I would call up and say, 'Hey, look, I've got half the rent,' " Hunt says, "I'll bring the rest, you know, next week or whatever." Stan and Nancy would say OK. So she could make it work, even earning just $10 an hour at her job driving elderly patients to doctor's appointments.
These days, that's not unusual. A generation of mom-and-pop owners of mobile home parks are retiring and looking to sell. And investors and companies are swooping in to buy up these parks. They raise fees and rents for the land under the homes and evict people who can't pay. Housing advocates say it's a disturbing trend that's happening across the country.
And, just as problematic for Hunt, Havenpark is quick to file for eviction. She says the company wouldn't be flexible with her and take partial rent payments the way Stan and Nancy would. She says, instead, when she fell behind on the lot rent, Havenpark filed an eviction case against her.
A federal eviction moratorium was about to expire, and Hunt was running out of options. She took care of her parents here before they died. The bookcases are full of family pictures, her parents' dishes and keepsakes.
Havenpark declined an interview but said in a statement that starting last year, the company adopted a new policy that it won't raise monthly lot rent