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Get a free 50-inch Samsung TV when you buy a qualifying Samsung smartphone

Great phone. Free TV. Time to go pink.

Starting Nov. 30, if you go into a T-Mobile store and purchase one of Samsung’s qualifying smartphones on the T-Mobile Equipment Installment Plan, then add a voice service, you’ll get a Samsung 50-inch 4K TV. For free. That’s for existing customers. If you’re a new customer and want the deal, you’ll have to add two voice lines. Either way, it’s first come first serve and in-store only.

The Samsung  [Read More…]

T-Mobile deal offers up free tablet with qualifying data plans

T-Mobile is gearing up for Valentine’s Day by offering customers a free tablet, the Alcatel OneTouch Pixie 7, when they sign up for a “qualifying tablet data plan” starting today, February 5. While buyers won’t pay anything for the tablet itself, however, they will be on the hook for any sales tax — and a data plan to go along with it.

The regular price of the tablet is $ 168, or $ 7 per month for  [Read More…]

Holiday exclusive: Get a free year of Amazon Prime with a qualifying device on Sprint

Starting today, for new and existing Sprint customers who activate a new qualifying Samsung device will receive one full year of Amazon Prime($ 99 value). This offer is only for select Samsung devices: the Galaxy S6, S6 edge, S6 edge+ and the Note5. Any purchasing method will qualify as long as customers upgrade or add a new line of service. Sprint lease, 2-year contract, Sprint Easy Pay and buying outright are the methods in which to add that new line  [Read More…]

T-Mobile offering a free* tablet with any qualifying data plan from Feb. 12-16

T-Mobile will offer buyers a “free” 7-inch tablet, the Alcatel OneTouch Pop 7, if they sign up for any qualified data plan from Thursday, Feb. 12 to Monday, Feb. 16. Customers will still have to pay the sales tax for the tablet, which should be between $ 5 to $ 15, depending on your local tax rate. However, there are no up front costs and no monthly fees for the tablet itself as part of this  [Read More…]