Just in time for Father’s Day weekend, the third biggest wireless carrier in America has decided to launch yet again another new buy one, get one special offer. This latest promotional deal from T-Mobile not only involves the hottest Android mobile devices right now (i.e. Samsung’s current flagship offerings the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus), but also LG’s G6 and V20 handsets.
Basically the BOGO deal allows current subscribers as well as new sign ups to purchase any one of the smartphone models mentioned in the preceding paragraph with a line of service that offers voice calls and unlimited data in order to get the second device absolutely free of charge. For new customers, they will have to purchase both devices on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan, and then activate the handsets by way of the wireless carrier’s One unlimited option.
Interested parties must know that trade ins are not needed. Also, those who are availing of this promo will have to submit their requests for mail-in rebates online in order to be given a prepaid MasterCard for the phone that has the lesser cost. Rebates can go up to $790 for the Galaxy S8 devices or $500 for the LG smartphones.
It goes without saying that T-Mobile’s newest promo is not as ballsy as rival Sprint’s latest deal, which offers five lines of service of unlimited data for free for a whole year to customers defecting from other Big Four networks. But the BOGO deal does give T-Mobile a quick means for helping increase its postpaid customer base heading into the third quarter of the year.
Just a few days ago, the number three mobile operator in the United States had announced its plans to start rolling out wireless services right away on some of the 600 MegaHertz airwaves it had acquired earlier this year through the spectrum auction held by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It was not quite like what some industry watchers had expected -- the general thinking was that T-Mobile, at the earliest, would not start using the 600 MegaHertz spectrum until late this year. But apparently, the major US wireless carrier is now looking to have the first sites ready for trials some time within the summer. And before the end of 2017, T-Mobile should be able to deploy the service commercially to customers. And by that time, new 600 MegaHertz devices from phone makers such as Samsung should already hit the US mobile market.
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