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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.

Source: T-Mobile

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RE: Walmart plan...
By Dr of crap on 2/8/2012 12:34:24 PM , Rating: 2
What you staed - That's blasphemy on this site.
I have posted a few times that I do not need the latest and greatest phone, and will not pay extra to get those when my carrier offers "free" phones when I upgrade.

BUT I GET YELLED at for suggesting such a thing,
so watch out!

RE: Walmart plan...
By kattanna on 2/8/2012 1:03:37 PM , Rating: 2
That's blasphemy on this site.

I think his biggest "sin" is stating he is doing business with walmart. I'm pretty sure that qualifies him for an exorcism LOL

read a great article the other day about big store hypocrisy. about how locals boo and hiss and decry loss of jobs when a walmart wants to come to their area, but cheer when an REI or trader joes does the same, even though they have the same effect.

RE: Walmart plan...
By MrBlastman on 2/8/2012 1:18:50 PM , Rating: 2
I like REI but man, I can't afford to buy much stuff from there--and I'm an old Eagle Scout! They've got great quality but I tend to buy my outdoors equipment elsewhere most of the time... not all of it though.

Trader Joes is great, too. I do buy things from there such as their steel cut oats (I hate Irish oatmeal) and occasionally their grass-fed, all beef organic hotdogs along with snacks. You have to be careful though. They aren't outrageous like Whole Foods but you can quickly spend a lot on certain things. Overall though they aren't too bad considering the quality you get.

RE: Walmart plan...
By epobirs on 2/9/2012 11:05:54 PM , Rating: 2
What? You don't worship at the altar of tech supremacy?

I wish I could get another deal like I did for my BlackBerry Curve a few years ago. Free plus a $100 gift card from Wal-mart. I'm more than ready for them to do this with a newer device.

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