T-Mobile comes in, allowing anyone to shave $130.99 off the list price of a 40mm Apple Watch SE by meeting one simple condition.Luckily for bargain hunters who don't have a problem committing to a certain industry-leading "Un-carrier", that's where
All you need to do is activate a new line of "qualifying" data with paired Digits service or an Apple Watch Standalone Line to be used with your hot new LTE-enabled timepiece. Of course, Magenta will not simply give you the aforementioned 131 bucks upon purchasing the wearable device on a monthly installment plan, with bill credits over a period of two years totaling that amount and essentially bringing the $329.99 MSRP down to $199.
While the Apple Watch SE is slightly less impressive than the Series 6, skipping a number of key features including Always-On display technology, blood oxygen tracking, ECG monitoring, and the blazing fast S6 processor, its value proposition is pretty difficult to argue with at 200 bucks.
In addition to standalone cellular connectivity, this budget-friendly bad boy has everything from fall detection to international emergency calling, noise monitoring, a built-in compass, always-on altimeter, and the same exact high-quality Retina screen as the Apple Watch Series 6 going for it.
Compared to the ancient Series 3 Apple is still selling at a similar price with no cellular support, the Apple Watch SE also packs a significantly faster dual-core S5 processor, as well as an upgraded speaker, microphone, and perhaps most importantly, optical heart rate sensor capable of detecting an irregular rhythm with respectable accuracy.
Last but not least, this deeply discounted device comes with a 100 percent recycled aluminum case available in several different colors including space gray, gold, and silver paired with a number of sport or loop bands of your choice.