T-Mobile sells premium Samsung Galaxy phones at $100 off, throws in a 12-month Netflix subscription

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:


source: T-Mobile

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4 Comments

1. GreatBigPhoney

Posts: 70; Member since: Jan 27, 2015

We literally just did a JUMP upgrade to the Note 5 yesterday, and the phone is coming in the mail today. I wonder if they'll honor it given a two-three day difference, but I doubt it.

2. Tycoon

Posts: 28; Member since: Nov 10, 2010

I would follow up with customer service, the loyalty department, or tweet T-Mobile (or John Legere) and I'm fairly certain that they'd work it out for you. I paid for a SIM card yesterday but because I was in there almost 2 hours, I asked them to refund me and they did... If it's reasonable, I think they try to work with you. It's easier for them to work with you than for you to return it and purchase again JUST to get the credit... it's not customer-centric.

3. Bernoulli

Posts: 4358; Member since: Sep 01, 2012

I'd stalk them like a pedo stalks a minor, I was promised a credit from them for selling a tablet while I was going to my house to get my tax ID, had to be on their asses for me to get the credit.

4. WakaFlakaD

Posts: 575; Member since: Apr 30, 2011

Is this only online or in-store also?

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