T-Mobile extends BOGO deal to qualified upgrade customers

T-Mobile extends BOGO deal to qualified upgrade customers
It's quite evident in the wireless industry that the money can truly be found in new customers signing up for a 2 year contract. T-Mobile's latest Buy One, Get One free promotion really looks attractive for new customers, but it did neglect those loyal customers who are eligible to upgrade. You'd think that these customers who have been with the provider for an extended amount of time would've gotten some special treatment thanks to their business, but they were excluded from the BOGO deal that T-Mobile recently launched. Luckily things have turned around as T-Mobile has fully extended the promotion to all customers who are fully eligible for upgrades. If you happen to find yourself in this category, you can take part in this deal that will also include the HTC HD2 when it is finally released. We'd gather that there was some discontent from these loyal customers who obviously were contributing to T-Mobile's bottom line by paying their bills on time. Nonetheless, the gates have finally been opened for them and now they can feast upon all the great smartphones being made available for this BOGO promotion.

source: TmoNews


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3 Comments

1. remixfa

Posts: 14605; Member since: Dec 19, 2008

told ya :)

2. zerglisk

Posts: 544; Member since: Feb 09, 2010

Does this mean if I get my HTC HD2 with T-Mobile on Wednesday (jumping from other service provider), I can get a 2nd HTC HD2 for free?

3. lifeasadesigner unregistered

DO NOT FALL FOR IT - Tmobile Android phones WONT RECIEVE UPDATES. They don't CARE. I've had multiple Android phones - NO UPDATES PLANNED - I'm running on 1.6 - THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE A SCHEDULED update set for it yet! And it's THEIR MY TOUCH LINE. ...T-Mobile doesn't care about their customers, don't buy into their android sale. ANDROIDS = THE OS, if they don't get you updates, you'll be left like me - APPS FAILING, Not being able to GET SOME APPS, and worse than you care to know. Don't bother with T-Mobile, get a REAL Provider.

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