T-Mobile sells premium Samsung Galaxy phones at $100 off, throws in a 12-month Netflix subscription
T-Mobile has announced a rather aggressive holiday promotion to push Samsung's high-end Galaxy smartphones off shelves. For a limited time starting today, T-Mobile is slashing $100 off the usual price of the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy Note 5, and Galaxy S6 edge+. On top of this discounted price, the Magenta carrier is also throwing in a one-year subscription to Netflix.
Unfortunately, the deal is only available if you'll be getting the phones through T-Mobile's equipment installment plan. However, if you're looking for an unlocked Samsung Galaxy S6, you can currently get one from eBay for just $399 (32GB model).
The free one-year subscription to Netflix might be the perfect incentive to jump on T-Mobile's Binge On video streaming plans, one that plan will disregard video streaming from your total data allowance.
The $100 discount is valid through December 23th but the free Netflix subscription will be offered with any Galaxy S6 / Note 5 purchase made by the end of the year. Also, it's worth mentioning that existing Netflix customers will get a 12-month account credit.
If you're tempted by T-Mobile's offer but can't decide on which Samsung phone to pick, you might want to take the time to go through our detailed reviews:
What do you guys think of T-Mobile's late holiday offer? Is $100 off the usual price and a one-year Netflix subscription enough to warrant a purchase?