If you’re in the market for a new iPhone, you might be in luck. T-Mobile has launched a couple of new promotions on iPhones that could save you some money.
Starting Dec. 21 and lasting through Sunday, Dec. 24, T-Mobile will be bringing back two previous iPhone offers. They’ll be available both in-store at T-Mobile brick-and-mortar outlet and online through its website, according to a press release.
The first of the deal is a buy-one-get-one offer. When customers purchase a valid iPhone, they’ll get a second one for free. As far as additional considerations, buyers will need to add an additional line for the free iPhone, as well as purchase both devices on an equipment installment plan (EIP). Valid devices include the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus.
Once a user buys both iPhones, they’ll receive a prepaid MasterCard to cover the cost of the second device — or whichever device is cheaper — up to $700. That means if you opt for two iPhone 8 Plus devices, the first device will be full-priced, while the second will run you $99.99. Not exactly free, but still quite a bit off of the usual price tag.
Previously, T-Mobile launched a similar, weeklong BOGO promotion on a range of Apple, Samsung and LG smartphones last month. But, likely in order to attract new customers before the holidays, the Uncarrier is bringing that promotion back for another week.
Sadly, T-Mobile isn’t offering a buy-one-get-one deal for the new iPhone X flagship. Instead, T-Mobile is launching a separate promotion for that device.
When users trade in a qualifying iPhone and purchase an iPhone X on an equipment installment plan, they’ll receive up to $300 off of the price of the iPhone X (depending, presumably, on which iPhone you are trading in). Valid trade-in iPhones include the iPhone 6 and newer, in both normal and Plus-sized iterations. Yes, that means the only exception among newer devices is the 4-inch iPhone SE.
As stated above, both promotions will start Thursday, Dec. 21, and last through end of day on Sunday, Dec. 24.
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