T-Mobile is also continuing its offer to buy out customers on Verizon contracts. The uncarrier is offering three big deals for those looking to get new smartphones: Buy One Get One when you avail of premium Samsung and LG devices, $150 off if you don't want a second phone, and Verizon customers looking to leave Big Red also get good deals if they switch.
"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. If you're eyeing the 128GB or 256GB iPhone 7 Plus, 256GB iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, or the iPhone X, T-Mobile will give you $700 off a second.
In the press release, CEO John Legere states that "another 5 million people joined the Un-carrier previous year", and that big things are planned for 2018. The same conditions apply, as is the case for $750 discounts provided with Galaxy Note 8, S8 Active and S8 Plus BOGOs. All you have to do is trade-in a qualifying smartphone, port in your old number, get your new phone under their Equipment Installment Plan and then activate under T-Mobile. Customers who want just one phone can buy the same Samsung and LG devices and get up to United States dollars 150 back via rebates.
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Capt, who himself had quit as MP in protest against the violence, said it was high time that justice be provided in these cases. The Haryana government had Justice SN Dhingra inquiry commission to inquire into questionable land deals by Robert Vadra.
Once you meet all of those requirements, you'll get a mail-in rebate to cover the cost of the lower priced device.
T-Mobile's best Black Friday deal is about to make a fierce comeback. Starting Friday, you can trade in a device and get a $150 rebate plus the trade-in value when you buy a Galaxy S8, S8+, S8 Active, Note 8, LG G6, LG V30, or LG V30+ on EIP. Offering rebates of as much as $650 to pay off their Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and iPhone X when they move from the nation's largest operator.