T-Mobile will give you a free iPhone XR, OnePlus 6T or Galaxy S9 under certain conditions

T-Mobile will give you a free iPhone XR, OnePlus 6T or Galaxy S9 under certain conditions
T-Mobile has a great deal as the holiday shopping season winds down. Follow certain conditions and you can end up with a free OnePlus 6T, Apple iPhone 8, Apple iPhone XR, LG G7 ThinQ or LG V40 ThinQ. This is because T-Mobile is offering $750 in 24 or 36 month bill credits to qualifying consumers, and that will make all of the aforementioned phones free.

Consumers will also have the choice of taking $750 in monthly bill credits off of the Apple iPhone XS, Apple iPhone XS Max, Apple iPhone X, Apple iPhone 8 Plus, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, Samsung Galaxy S9+ or the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active. On a 24 month Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) that will save you $31.25 a month. On a 36-month plan, you'll save $20.84 a month. That means on some of these phones, you'll only be responsible for making a down payment as the bill credit will cover the remainder. For example, you can normally buy the 64GB  iPhone XS Max for $349.99 down and $20.84 a month over 36 months. With this deal, you'll be paying only $349.99 plus tax for the device.

Now here are the conditions. Those switching to T-Mobile must activate two new lines of service, one of them for the new device. Existing T-Mobile customers must activate at least one new qualifying line of service. Both new and existing customers must trade in a handset (more on that later), and buy the new phone using an EIP. Any down payments or taxes must be paid at the time of purchase.

If you're buying an Apple iPhone, the trade-in must include one of the following models:

If you're buying an LG, OnePlus or Samsung phone, the trade-in must include one of the following:

All trades must be in good working condition with no liquid or physical damage. Find my iPhone and any Android anti-theft features must be disabled when turning in the trade.

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