(Posts: 11; Member since: 02 Dec 2013)
It is not much of a twist if deals like this always require you to add a new line to your service.
(Posts: 623; Member since: 04 Nov 2011)
Again there is never a clear cut way of phone service as ALL carriers like to make it as profitable as possible.
(Posts: 871; Member since: 03 Jul 2013)
How is this a "twist?" All carriers make you add a line... You expect them to just give you a second phone for free with no strings attached?
(Posts: 25; Member since: 29 Mar 2016)
Again, why would someoen every buy or get this? The iPhone starta at $750 for the 16GB model while the S7 has a cheaper price, MORE STORAGE, expandable storage, ip68 resistance, a better screen, camera, system on chip, faster charging, Samsung Pay, the list goes on. You people are being ripped off you sheeple
(Posts: 403; Member since: 26 Dec 2014)
inb4 people think you're actually TechieXP1969
(Posts: 11; Member since: 25 Dec 2015)
Regardless of your loyalty to a specific brand of phone, the fact that TMO wants to offer the iPhone is really notable and sure to drive lots of folks over to pick up a new iPhone or four- - I know how much people love their iPhones. It's a good move... people freaking love iPhones. The sheer amount of people buying iPhones every day never fails to astonish me.
(disclosure: Galaxy fan here)
(Posts: 966; Member since: 23 May 2013)
Tmobile has been doing this lately to increase new subscriber count. Either to make themselves look like they are getting a ton of new adds for investor reports or hoping to keep a few of the new adds because a bunch of new lines will be discontinued once people receive their rebate cards.
(Posts: 29; Member since: 29 Mar 2016)
not likely since they still have to pay the phone off. the rebate card is only for 50% of one of the phones and they're not obligated to use it towards the phone balance.
New iPhone buyers can get another one for half off at T-Mobile, but there's a twist