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Mobile begins offering BOGO deals on plethora of Android phones

11 January 2018, 12:12 | Justin Tyler

Mobile begins offering BOGO deals on plethora of Android phones

T-Mobile announces new deals on iPhones Samsung Galaxy and LG phones

The company is also offering $750 back for customers who choose the Galaxy S8+, Active, or Note 8.

Not everyone needs a second phone, and T-Mobile gets that, so they're also taking $150 off single purchases of new Samsung and LG smartphones.

Customers buying a single phone can receive $150 back on the Samsung and LG devices plus the value of the trade-in.

"We just kicked major tail in Q4 and 2017, and we're not letting up the pressure one little bit", said T-Mobile CEO John Legere in an announcement.


According to T-Mobile, these three deals can be combined on the same account, but not on the same line and they're all available for a starting now for a limited time either in-store or on the web. And with T-Mobile ONE, you'll get unlimited LTE data on America's best unlimited network, Netflix included on family plans, free stuff every T-Mobile Tuesday and taxes and fees included. Customers will need to add a new line for this deal.

The BOGO deal is available on the Apple iPhone 8 (64GB), iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S8, and the LG G6, V30, and V30+. Note that essentially you'll have to purchase two devices at once, and your rebate won't come in the form of monthly credit on your bill, but rather it will come in the form of a prepaid MasterCard that will arrive 6-8 weeks after your trade-in has been received.

T-Mobile is looking to start 2018 off right, launching three promotions for new and existing customers. T-Mobile's got something for you, too. So get a move on!



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