T-Mobile expected to launch Galaxy Note 8 BOGO offer this Friday
by Florin Troaca / Aug 30, 2017, 5:12 PM
T-Mobile is reportedly planning to kick off a BOGO (buy one, get one free) campaign involving the brand new Samsung Galaxy Note 8. According to TmoNews, the promotion should be available starting this Friday, September 1.
Reportedly, the Note 8 BOGO offer should be pretty similar to T-Mobile's recent Galaxy S8 BOGO deal. You will have to purchase a Galaxy Note 8 on an equipment installment plan (T-Mobile One, or Simple Choice Unlimited), and add a new line with a second Note 8, also on equipment installment plan. If you want to, you'll be able to pick a Galaxy S8 or S8+ (instead of a Note) as the second device. The cost of the additional phone will be reimbursed through T-Mobile’s Promotions Center via a prepaid MasterCard card.
Interestingly, it's said that you should be able to benefit from this BOGO deal even if you've already pre-ordered a Galaxy Note 8 from T-Mobile.
As a reminder, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is officially launching in the US on September 15, although T-Mobile (and probably other carriers, too) should start shipping the phone earlier than that.
Do you plan to buy a Galaxy Note 8 anytime soon? Or maybe you've already pre-ordered one? Let us know in the comments below.
- Display 6.3" 1440 x 2960 pixels
- Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
- Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, Octa-core, 2350 MHz
- Storage 64 GB + microSDXC
- Battery 3300 mAh(22h talk time)
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They need to offer this phone extremely cheap to make some sales cuz after the new iPhone is announced, forget it. Sales will drop for everyone except Apple.
posted on Aug 30, 2017, 7:24 PM 2
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Right....because everyone will abandon Android for iOS. Don't be do delusional. IPhone will sell well, it always does, but me and many others do not like iOS. Even if the iPhone finally has competitive hardware, it isn't Android and most people don't switch platforms.
posted on Aug 30, 2017, 7:34 PM 3
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It's not Samsung who's offering these deals, it's the carriers doing this to attract and steal costumers from their competitors. But you're too stupid to realize this.
posted on Aug 30, 2017, 8:50 PM 4
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same thing bruh... It doesn't change the fact that Note 8 is selling way less than expected. Samsung doesn't have retail store of their own like Apple have thus YES these retailers are the only way Samsung sell items in USA. Don't be ignorant dude, Note 8 is meant to be a failed product, It's over priced, ugly, under powered and ridiculous.
posted on Aug 30, 2017, 11:51 PM 0
"It doesn't change the fact that Note 8 is selling way less than expected" Since this is a fact, I'm sure you have a citation for it. Or, is it just something you learned in church? 7. piyath (Posts: 1080; Member since: 23 Mar 2012) It's called iShrine. Apple is actually a worship worthy company where as Android/Google or Samsung are not.
posted on Aug 31, 2017, 1:59 AM 1
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IT is the carriers that is offering this and fruit can Suck it POS IOS Android is bigger than Apple and always will be. Not every person is a hippe or has a endless supply of money to spend on products that make you stupid such as IOS. Windows runs 95% of the world the same as Android. People are dumping ios for Android everyday
posted on Aug 31, 2017, 10:51 AM 1
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I spoke with a TMobile rep and they confirmed that on Sept 1st they will offer the Note 8 BOGO. On top of that, you can buy any combination of Note 8, S8 or S8+. I'm assuming that the cheapest of the two phones you buy will be the one that is free, so buying a Note 8 and getting anything other than another Note 8 is dumb unless you really really need the S8/S8+ for some reason. Full details: Add a Note 8 to an existing line, then add a new line and another Note 8 (or S8/S8+) and then go to their BOGO offer site to register and you get a prepaid card for the value of the second (or cheaper device). You can then use that card to pay off your EIP for one of the phones or just go on a shopping spree.
posted on Aug 31, 2017, 12:52 PM 0
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