T-Mobile's Back-to-School BOGO deals cover the Apple iPhone, Apple Watch and more

T-Mobile's Back-to-School BOGO deals cover the Apple iPhone, Apple Watch and more
Now that August is here, it is time for parents and their kids to "celebrate" the Back-to-School season. And T-Mobile has announced some new deals on smartphones, smartwatches, and tablets just in time for the new school year. Parents, you aren't seriously considering sending your kids back to the classroom without these "productivity tools," are you?

So starting today, you can go to T-Mobile and buy the Apple iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone XR, iPhone XS, and iPhone XS Max and get up to $750 off a second model of equal or lesser value.  That means you can snag a free iPhone XR, iPhone 8 or iPhone 8 Plus. To qualify for this deal, existing customers need to add one new voice line and new customers will have to activate two new voice lines on Magenta Plus, Military Plus, Unlimited 55 Plus or T-Mobile ONE Plus for families.

If you don't want to add a new line, you can take advantage of BOGO deals on the LG G8 ThinQ, LG V40 ThinQ or the LG G7 ThinQ. Somewhat overshadowed by other flagships released this year, the LG G8 ThinQ includes a Face Unlock system and Hand ID recognizes you by the distinctive pattern created by the veins in your palm. It also has a feature called Air Motion that allows you to use hand gestures to control the volume and play/pause functions while viewing streaming content.

T-Mobile also has BOGO deals on both the Apple Watch and Samsung Galaxy Watch. Buy an Apple Watch and get the second one for $200 off. Or, if you purchase the Samsung Galaxy Watch, you can score a second one for free. Keep in mind that existing T-Mobile subscribers must add one new data line and new customers must add two data lines to be used with the new devices.

Lastly, T-Mobile will take 50% off the price of the 9.7-inch Apple iPad (2018) and the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4. To get the price savings, a 6GB or higher mobile internet line must be activated.

You can find all of the current deals and promotions offered by the carrier right here.



1. JCASS889

Posts: 594; Member since: May 18, 2018

Never understood back to school deals, how is an iPhone a school item? Oh school is starting better get my kids $1k devices

2. oldskool50 unregistered

Because according to you the only s hooks are grade schools?! How about high school, colleges student and University students. Aren't colleges and universities schools too? There are other types of schools too. Dances schools, schools do makeup artists and hairstylist and bartenders too. Adults go to school too. People like you seem to not have the capacity to think outside the box.

3. JCASS889

Posts: 594; Member since: May 18, 2018

Diddnt realize phone were imperative to going to school. How oh how did people go to school before phones. Must have failed everything without a phone to help.

4. nicknack84

Posts: 51; Member since: Dec 02, 2011

A lot of school assignments have to be completed online now a days. From middle school to college. My kids use google classroom to submit assignments for most of their homework assignments, we're talking middle school here. Having a phone makes it easier if we're on the go or unable to access a computer. Again, think outside the box.

7. oldskool50 unregistered

Like I said he has zero idea and can't think outside the box. My kid is home school. So he uses a tablet for most of his school work. So yes, a deal of a tablet if I was looking for one would be good. He simply has a one track mine and is clueless about life in general.

6. oldskool50 unregistered

So then why the hell do you ahve a phone? You don't need a phoen to go to work do you? In fact, do you need a phoen in life at all? NO. So I fail to see you claim against someone in school. Many students use their phoen to help them do school work. They use things like scientific calculators, where an app is cheaper to download then actually buying a physical one. Many schools have apps that are specific to students curriculum. I know, because I've made customize apps for school programs. Like I said, you have zero capability to think outside the box and you specifically associated going back to school with kids. I simply brought it to yoru attention that adults go to school to. So such a deal would be excellent for them. Not kids. Your counter argument is complete baseless. You lost.

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