T-Mobile is offering yet another free line for both new and existing customers

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T-Mobile is offering yet another free line for both new and existing customers
Who's ready for a killer new T-Mobile service deal? No, we're not talking about the latest round of absolutely insane prepaid promotions unveiled just last week... or the awesome postpaid back to school sale including free iPhone 12 5G units and half-off family lines kicked off the very week before that.

Instead, what we're looking at here is a good old fashioned free line affair with (almost) no strings attached. Yes, another one, although if you've already taken advantage of a similar promo (or ten) in the last year or so, you will definitely not meet the key eligibility criteria for this newest deal, available starting today, August 2.

That's because Magenta is only willing to throw in a customer's third line of wireless service at no charge this time around. That goes for both new and existing subscribers, with those in the former category having to activate at least three voice lines at once and folks from the latter group looking at adding a second paid line to their accounts and receive the third one for free.

What's truly outstanding about T-Mo's aptly named new "3rd Line Free" deal is that you can easily combine it with a bunch of other ongoing special offers to maximize your savings. That includes "all" current device promos, from the aforementioned iPhone 12 5G freebie to the recently expanded Great Free 5G Phone Upgrade program, and perhaps even more impressively, several "line-level service" deals as well.

In other words, you can get one of the best budget 5G phones around for free with any working trade-in, your third line of T-Mobile service also free, and on top of everything, a fourth line (and a fifth, sixth, seventh, and eight too if you want) at a 50 percent discount with the "Un-carrier's" back to school deal combined with this amazing new offer.

That makes it kind of hard for AT&T and Verizon to keep up with T-Mo's predictably industry-leading subscriber growth rate, despite the former's best back to school headline-grabbing efforts and the latter's... killing of competition-matching deals?!

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