Deal: T-Mobile lets you buy any Samsung Galaxy phone, and get a second one for free

If you're planning to buy a new Samsung smartphone in the US, T-Mobile currently runs a pretty attractive promotion: you can purchase any of its Galaxy handsets, and get a second one for free. 

All of T-Mobile's Samsung Galaxy phones are included in the promotion, from the expensive Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge, or Galaxy Note 5, to the affordable Galaxy J7, or Galaxy Core Prime. The offer works like this: you first have to buy a Samsung smartphone on an equipment installment plan. The second (free) handset must be of equal, or lesser value, and can be bought on an equipment installment plan, or at full retail price. At least one new line of service must be added and maintained for 3 months. Within 30 days of your second Galaxy phone purchase, you'll have to visit, and use the SAMSUNGBOGOMAY16 promo code. After that, within 8 weeks, T-Mobile will send you a rebate (the value of the second phone bought) in the form of a prepaid Mastercard card.

T-Mobile does not say when this Galaxy BOGO (buy one, get one free) promotion will end, but it's a limited time offer anyway - so hurry up if you want to take advantage of it. More details about the offer are available on T-Mobile's website, next to each Galaxy handset.

source: T-Mobile via TmoNews



3. rdaex

Posts: 152; Member since: Oct 24, 2012

PLUS you can get the $150 rebate on S6/Note5 variants... PLUS get the $160 rebate on the Tab A (or $200 off the Tab S2) Total for two Note5 and a tab A will be $720. Crazy pricing with all the stackable discounts.

6. MEeee

Posts: 440; Member since: Oct 19, 2011

Plus $75 cashback for each new lines with Befrugal. It was $200 cashback for the last BOGO deal.

4. ctdog4748

Posts: 797; Member since: Mar 05, 2016

T-Mobiles coverage suuuuuuuuuuucks! Yeah, I know it's great in urban areas, but some of us actually do travel outside of said urban area. Pay the extra $$$ and get AT&T or Verizon, you'll be glad you did.

7. Shauk

Posts: 33; Member since: Mar 29, 2016

haven't had any issues myself but makes more sense to lodge the feedback with tmobile than with a site that has a much more diverse placement on the map than wherever it is you live.

8. Acdc1a

Posts: 477; Member since: Jan 21, 2016

By travel do you mean something like the entire length of I-75 from Sault Saint Marie, MI to Miami, Fl with LTE the whole way?

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