T-Mobile to offer BOGO on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and other models this weekend only

T-Mobile to offer BOGO on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and other models this weekend only
This coming weekend only, T-Mobile is offering a free Samsung Galaxy S7 to those who purchase one using the carrier's Equipment Installment Plan, in combination with an eligible rate plan. Customers will receive a credit on their monthly bill for 24 months to reimburse them for the purchase of the second Galaxy S7.

Other phones that are eligible for the same deal are the Samsung Galaxy S6, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge and the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+. And you don't have to currently be a T-Mobile subscriber to BOGO your way to a free handset. In fact, switch to T-Mobile from your current carrier and you can take advantage of this offer. With Carrier Freedom, T-Mobile will pay off the balance of your device payments and early termination fees up to $650 per line.

The deal starts this coming Friday, November 11th, at 6pm PT. It ends Sunday, November 13th at 11:59pm PT. The BOGO offer is available at T-Mobile's physical stores and online.

source: T-Mobile



1. piyath

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2. Arch_Fiend

Posts: 3951; Member since: Oct 03, 2015

More like buy 2 phones and we will lower your bill for the next 24 months lol.

5. fjftokyo

Posts: 65; Member since: Jun 06, 2013

Just yesterday I had to go through two Filipino sales reps, two american line specialist[ whatever the hell that even means] and a manager just to get the "deal" for two Samsung GS7's this bogo is a hook. Unless you qualify for $0 down on both phones you have to give a down payment for both phones, they charge you[depending on your plan] a fee to add a line and $20 to upgrade a line if you wanna replace your old phone. in all I had to fork over $900+ for two phones I was reassured that the money spent on the second line was going to be credited into my bill and that T-mobile would payoff my second GS7 but that still left me with a balance of $312 for the first phone to be paid off. In all honesty I like T-mobile, but like any other phone company the phone reps suck since they export the call centers to India/Philippines for cheap labor. The worst part is that I had to repeat myself six times because every time I was transferred, no one explained my situation to the next rep. it took me almost two and a half hours to buy two phones.

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