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T-Mobile 4G Super Sale puts a free smartphone in your hands, has its fine print

T-Mobile 4G Super Sale puts a free smartphone in your hands, has its fine print
Looking for a new smartphone from T-Mobile? The 4G Super Sale that the carrier will run over the weekend might be a great opportunity to grab one. On December 17 and 18, all T-Mobile phones will be priced at zero after rebate, including its top-shelf handsets like the Samsung Galaxy S II and the HTC Amaze 4G

Of course, there is a catch. Your signature under a qualifying 2-year Value Plan is required, and the remainder of the device's cost must be paid in 20 monthly installments. Besides, the deal is available only to new customers and to subscribers that have been with the carrier for over 18 months.

Still, if none of that bothers you, feel free to visit a participating T-Mobile retail store and grab a new, shiny smartphone. Keep in mind, however, that the deal is not available online, so you need to do it the old-fashioned way – drive downtown and pick it up yourself. Check out the press release below for all the details.

source: T-Mobile via AndroidGuys

T-Mobile is Helping Last Minute Shoppers with the “4G Super Sale” On Dec. 17 & 18, all T-Mobile phones are $0 net down when switching to a qualifying T-Mobile Value plan

Bellevue, Wash. — Dec. 13, 2011 On Saturday, Dec. 17, and Sunday, Dec.18, T-Mobile USA, Inc. will continue to celebrate the spirit of the holiday season with the “4G Super Sale.” For two days only, consumers will have the opportunity to select any phone or specified mobile broadband device — including the new T-Mobile® SonicTM 4G Mobile Hotspot and G-Slate® — for $0 net down payment, after a mail-in rebate card, when they sign up for a new two-year agreement on a qualifying T-Mobile Unlimited Value™ plan1, all running on America’s Largest 4G Network®.

“T-Mobile wants to give last-minute shoppers one more chance to get a great deal for their holiday shopping,” said John Clelland, senior vice president of marketing, T-Mobile USA. “We want to make the best data devices accessible to all, and what could be better than being able to find the right device to give a loved one at a great price?” New customers will be eligible for this deal when they sign up for a two-year agreement on a qualifying Unlimited Value™ plan2. Existing customers also can take advantage of this great offer if they are eligible for an upgrade, meaning 18 months or greater tenure.

Following this year’s successful holiday promotions on “Magenta Saturday” and Black Friday, which saw double the sales expected, customers have the opportunity to get T-Mobile’s latest hot devices for a great deal — in this case, $0 net down. T-Mobile’s “4G Super Sale” includes, among other devices, the HTC Radar™ 4G, Samsung Galaxy S™ II, HTC Amaze™ 4G, T-Mobile myTouch® Q, BlackBerry® Torch™ 9810 and the new T-Mobile® SonicTM 4G Mobile Hotspot.

The “4G Super Sale” will be available nationwide on Dec. 17–18 at participating T-Mobile retail stores. For more information about T-Mobile’s “4G Super Sale” and qualifying Unlimited Value™ plans, visit: T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at

1 Equipment installment plans: On approved credit and 0 percent APR. Down payment and unfinanced portion required at purchase. Remaining balance paid in 20 monthly installments. Total post-rebate price of each device equals down payment amount plus monthly payment amount times 20. 2 Devices must be supported with the following data requirements: voice phones: 200 MB data; most smartphones: 2 GB data; 42 Mbps devices (Amaze and GalaxyS II): 5 GB data.

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