T-Mobile takes $50 off the Samsung Galaxy S4 for one month
With the $50 in savings, T-Mobile customers now put down $99 to purchase the Samsung Galaxy S4 and pay off the balance in 24 monthly installments at $20 a pop. That works out to $597 and brings down the Galaxy S4 to the same exact price that the carrier sells the HTC One for, at least until the offer expires.
The nation's third largest carrier is also reducing the price of the Samsung GALAXY Note II to a $169 down payment and 24 monthly installments of $20 each, working the price down to $649. Also reduced in price is the Samsung Galaxy S III which is now available for a $49 down payment and 24 monthly installments of $20 for a total amount of $529. Like the deal for the Galaxy S4, the other two special offers expire on July 13th.
This seems like it would be a propitious time to buy one of the three Samsung models that are on sale. Each one is a high-end model, even the Samsung Galaxy S III. The latter might have a few wrinkles, and perhaps has slowed down a step, but the model still can hang with the best smartphones in the industry.
source: T-Mobile via AndroidCentral
1. kradsu (Posts: 1; Member since: 12 Jun 2013)
Already on it. BOOM. But..im soo indecisive. Note 2 (don't really need note 3) or S4. I need a new tech toy.
2. Ruckus (Posts: 285; Member since: 20 Oct 2011)
Buy an HTC One. I've played with both, im far more impressed by the One.
3. iushnt (Posts: 960; Member since: 06 Feb 2013)
I have played s4 and one, s4 is more functional and future proof according to my impression
4. bugsbunny00 (Posts: 1632; Member since: 07 Jun 2013)
tmo sell cheaper than the three carriers()_()
5. davenycept (Posts: 199; Member since: 03 Jul 2012)
Can someone pleeeeease explain this to me how paying all of this upfront and pet month ifs a better deal then just paying for a 2 year agreement... I don't mind the contract
6. osubucks69 (Posts: 9; Member since: 12 Dec 2012)
I have done the math on a family plan with T-Mobile vs my current plan with Verizon and 4 lines and even paying full price for the phones it's about $40 cheaper per month. Plus once the phones are paid off your rate drops down to just the plan cost. But I guess if you want a new phone every 2 years it's not a big deal.