Mobile Announces New BOGO Smartphone Deal

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You can - and should - find the full terms and conditions of T-Mobile's early 2018 deals at the second source link below. You'll also need to trade in an eligible device, which are the same phones that are eligible for trade-in with the BOGO deal. Buy One, Get One Dump your carrier for T-Mobile, and when you buy a new Samsung Galaxy S8, LG G6, LG V30 or LG V30+, you'll get one free after rebate.

T-Mobile is revealing a whole raft of buy-one-get-ones and rebates today.

Likewise, customers who buy a Galaxy Note 8, S8 Active, or S8+ will get a $750 discount when they purchase a second phone.

The aforementioned offers are available to both new and existing customers although there are a few requirements that must first be met.

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For those in need of a new phone or two, the carrier's latest BOGO deal can net you a flagship of your choice, even an iPhone X, when you switch a line to T-Mobile, trade-in your existing phone, and set up the new device on an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP). Once you've done all that, you go to T-Mobile's online rebate center, fill in some paperwork, and you'll get a prepaid MasterCard for your $700 in the mail within two months.

In the market for a new smartphone? And T-Mobile is taking specific aim at Verizon subscribers.

But it's a new year, the iPhone X is now widely available, and T-Mobile is kicking off the January sales with a doozy: Buy one, get $700 off any second phone, including the iPhone X. Devices eligible for the $150 back offer include all the models mentioned above, except for Apple handsets. T-Mobile has some sweet new deals-including a buy one, get one promo-you'll definitely want to consider. Offering rebates of as much as $650 to pay off their Google Pixel 2, Pixel 2 XL, Samsung Galaxy S8, Galaxy S8+ and iPhone X when they move from the nation's largest operator.

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