T-Mobile Offers Free 4G Phones After MIR This Weekend
February 8, 2012 10:01 AM
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Free phones for your sweetie at T-Mobile
T-Mobile is offering some impressive sales for one day only, and that day is Saturday, February 11. On that date, T-Mobile is offering some of its fastest and newest 4G smartphones for free with a qualifying plan purchase.
If you are wondering what the catch is, you must pay for the device upfront and send off one of those hated mail-in rebates. The offer is good for new and existing eligible customers and includes the Samsung Galaxy S II, the SpringBoard tablet, BlackBerry Bold 9900, and HTC Amaze 4G.
“T-Mobile has a commitment to make the 4G experience affordable and accessible to everyone, so this sweet deal on smartphones and tablets is our Valentine’s gift to consumers,” said John Clelland, senior vice president of marketing, T-Mobile USA. “No matter where loved ones live, T-Mobile wants to bring them closer with unlimited talking, photo sharing, video chatting, texting, and more.”
There are also some specials for people that want to sign up for the Unlimited Value Plan rather than the Classic Plan. T-Mobile offers the Galaxy S II at no charge after mail-in rebate with any down payment of $199.99. The Nokia Lumia 710 is available for a $49.99 down payment and is free after rebate. The Sonic 4G Mobile Hotspot is available for a $24.99 down payment and is free after mail in rebate as well.
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RE: Walmart plan...
2/8/2012 11:19:09 AM
I actually bought myself out of my existing contract ($80 prorated, only a few months left) to go online and sign up on walmart.com for their plan. I was already in a grandfathered unlimited everything plan similar to walmarts, where the first 200mb was 4G, then throttled, but was paying $100, about $15 more after taxes.
I figure it'll save me $200 over the next two years against my old contract. Since I already had two phones (a Nokia N8 and a Palm Veer) I opted out of purchasing from their slim selection.
It really is a good deal, and I'd recommend, even if a Galaxy S II is free, to do the math. Even when throttled to Edge-speeds, it's entirely usable. The throttling is about 150kbps, but features are still HSPA+ ie. GPS assist, <100ms response time...
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