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T-Mobile's smartphone BOGO promotion has been extended

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T-Mobile's smartphone BOGO promotion has been extended
In this time of economic uncertainty, we continue to see many wireless providers help its customers out by offering various Buy One, Get One free promotion to not only help save money, but to spur sales to generate some much wanted profits. T-Mobile isn't a stranger in this category as we've seen them visibility pushing and even extending their current BOGO deal once already. However, they're at it again by even extending it yet another tome – this time it's set to expire on June 20th. Naturally there are some highly prized handsets on the horizon that's launching, such as the T-Mobile myTouch 3G Slide and Garminfone, but it's being reported that the myTouch 3G Slide won't be included in the offer until after June 16th – we'd imaging that they are probably seeing a good amount of pre-orders which would invoke some demand for it. One other stipulation is that the T-Mobile Garminfone and HTC HD2 can be purchased for the first device, but it won't be available as an option for the free device. Frankly, it's still a decent deal in our books when you consider the sweet spot price of $199 usually attached with some big name smartphones.

source: TmoNews

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:46

1. Hello-dirt (Posts: 100; Member since: 02 May 2010)


The HD2 is now only $99. TMO has sent out email coupon codes in the amount of $100 to entice past customers to come back. With the Evo, iphone, and ? coming out soon a $100 coupon still doesn't make up for the slower internet speeds I could get in my 4g area!

posted on 26 May 2010, 20:23

2. BeInspired (Posts: 45; Member since: 21 Apr 2009)


I am confused now, i am with T-mobile, they rolled out HSPA+ great, but on their website, saying something about 4G speed? OMG, i thought they are doing 21mbps for 3G speed, and then when it comes to 4G era, will be more faster than 21mbps. Does this mean 21mbps is the end of T-mobile's speed life?

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