T-Mobile's Summer Shocker promotion offers time-limited deals on the iPhone 6, the Galaxy S6, and more

T-Mobile's Summer Shocker promotion offers time-limited deals on the iPhone 6, the Galaxy S6, and more
T-Mobile's two-day Summer Shocker campaign, one that debuted yesterday and will end today at midnight, is an opportunity that T-Mobile subscribers shouldn't miss. The carrier is slashing prices on some of its handsets, such as the Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, or the Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.

T-Mobile's new deals, which are available to new customers or existing customers who opt to add a new line to their plan, is limited to online and telephone sales. Check out the source link below for more information.

As part of this promotion, the Magenta carrier is offering both the Apple iPhone 6 and the larger iPhone 6 Plus at $72 off their usual retail price. The discount is available for all colors and internal storage sizes. As such, the 16GB iPhone 6 is now offered at $577.92, while the 16GB iPhone 6 Plus is available at $677.76.



Moving on to the Android camp, two of the hottest Android smartphones around, the Samsung Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 edge are offered at $48 off. The 32GB Galaxy S6 can be grabbed for $631.92, while the 32GB Galaxy S6 edge is offered at $707.76. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also discounted by $48, meaning that you're able to grab one for $331.92.



LG handsets are also included in the promotion. Vanilla Android fans on a budget might take more interest in a manufacturer-approved refurbished Google Nexus 5, offered at $251.76. If you're looking for bigger discounts, T-Mobile is selling the LG G2 for $254.4, down $144 from its usual retail price.

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