Two Samsung Galaxy S7s For The Price Of One? T-Mobile Says Why Not
T-Mobile just announced a new promo that will allow customers to take home two units of Samsung Galaxy S7 by paying for just one.
Customers can take advantage of the Buy One Get One deal if they purchase the phone through the company's Equipment Instalment Plan (EIP). The second unit will be free after 24 monthly credits and if the customer gets an additional qualifying line of service for the second Samsung device.
The promo will only run this weekend starting on Friday, Nov. 11 at 6 a.m. PT and ending at 11:59 p.m. PT on Nov. 13. According to BGR, interested parties need to visit T-Mobile stores or contact them through telesales. The BOGO is also available online.
Non-T-Mobile subscribers can also avail of the BOGO deal as long as they switch carriers. Through the Carrier Freedom deal, T-Mobile will pay off the remaining payments and early termination fees required by the customer's former carrier. The company has a limit of $650 per line though a trade-in-credit and prepaid Mastercard Card can
The BOGO deal is not exclusive to the Galaxy S7. Other smartphones in the line up are the Samsung Galaxy S6, S6 Edge and S6 Edge+.
T-Mobile is on quite a roll lately when it comes to giving stuff away. When the Samsung S7 and S7 Edge were launched early this year, they had a similar BOGO promotion. Recently, leaks of its Black Friday Sale deals surfaced. The deals supposedly involve giving away items such as the iPad Mini 4 and offering huge discounts on the iPhone SE. The leak mentioned that purchasing a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy Note 5 entitles the customer to another unit for half the price.
According to CNet, T-Mobile is giving away a trip to Mars for one person for free. That is if T-Mobile CEO John Legere gets 1 million retweets. Legere, in celebration of his 3 millionth Twitter follower, is giving away more than just a trip to the red planet. If Legere's post is retweeted 10,000 times, someone can win a trip to anywhere in the United States. 50,000 RTs wins someone a zero gravity chair while 100,000 RTs gets the lucky winner a zero gravity experience.
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