T-Mobile returns up to $700 on the purchase of two iPhone models - PhoneArena

T-Mobile's new Apple iPhone BOGO deal starts tomorrow

T-Mobile's new Apple iPhone BOGO deal starts tomorrow
Just in time for Mother's Day this Sunday, T-Mobile has announced a new BOGO deal on various Apple iPhone models that starts on Friday, May 11th. With the deal, a new or existing T-Mobile subscriber can buy an iPhone and get up to $700 back. The deal is valid for the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X. To take advantage of this deal, new and existing T-Mobile subscribers will need to port over their number from a different carrier, and trade-in a qualifying handset. The phones that are acceptable for the trade-in portion of the deal include the Apple iPhone 5s and up (including the iPhone SE), Samsung Galaxy S4 and up (including "Active" models), LG G5 and up, LG V20, LG V30, LG V30+, and all Pixel models.

Both iPhone units need to be purchased using T-Mobile's EIP (Equipment Installment Plan), and any down payments and taxes are due at the time of purchase. Once the phones are bought, the subscriber goes to T-Mobile's promotions page (promotions.t-mobile.com/OfferSearch), types in the code 18Q2APLBOGO and includes the unique IMEI numbers from both iPhone units purchased. Within 6-8 weeks, the subscriber will receive a pre-paid $700 MasterCard. The value of the trade-in will be credited to the customer's T-Mobile account as a store credit that can be applied to the monthly invoice.

In addition, T-Mobile customers buying an iPhone will receive $215 back on the purchase of an Apple Watch or an Apple iPad purchased using an EIP. The money is returned in the form of 24 monthly bill credits.

For those who would rather an Android phone, the LG G6 and LG V30 are being offered with a BOGO deal of their own. No trade-in or port-in is required. You will need to buy the two phones using an EIP and get reimbursed for the second phone via 24 monthly bill credits.

source: T-Mobile
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