Father's Day deals at T-Mobile: free iPhone SE for new iPhone buyers, $130 off any tablet

Father's Day deals at T-Mobile: free iPhone SE for new iPhone buyers, $130 off any tablet
While this year's Father's Day is almost two weeks away (June 19), T-Mobile already unveiled a number of deals that it's offering with this occasion.

The deal that's likely to interest the highest number of customers involves Apple iPhones: T-Mobile is giving a free iPhone SE to folks buying any new iPhone on a 24-month financing plan, as long as some terms and conditions are met. You have to actually purchase an iPhone, plus an iPhone SE on the same day, and one of them must be a new line that'll stay active for at least three months. You'll then have to visit T-Mobile's promotions website within 30 days from purchase, and enter this code to request a rebate card: JUNE16IPHONEBOGO. In about 8 weeks, T-Mobile will send you a prepaid MasterCard Card "in the value of the iPhone SE."

If you don't want to get a new iPhone, perhaps you'll be interested in a tablet: T-Mobile is currently taking $130 off the price of all tablets in its line-up. Moreover, the carrier is offering the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7 LTE tablet for free on an Equipment Installation Plan (via prepaid MasterCard Card).

You can find all the info you need about T-Mobile's Father's Day deals by visiting the carrier's website - check out the source link below. For more details, you can also call this number: 1-887-413-5903.

Verizon also announced special deals for Father's Day, and we assume that AT&T and Sprint will do it pretty soon, too.


source: T-Mobile via TmoNews

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