T-Mobile Starts their “12 Days Of Value” Sale Today, Until December 12th

This time of year is full of sales from just about everyone. Now T-Mobile is starting their newest holiday promotion, which starts today and runs through December 12th. Its the “12 Days of Value”. This sale allows you to choose from a group of selected 4G smartphones for just $12 down on a Value Plan or get $120 cash back on select 4G devices which are listed below.

With this sale it really looks like T-Mobile is pushing people to their Value Plans. Which isn’t a bad thing because they are the cheaper plans. For instance, the 500 minutes, unlimited texting and truly unlimited data plan is $59.99 as a Value plan while it’s $79.99 as a classic plan. With Sprint being the only other unlimited data carrier around, I’m sure T-Mobile will be getting plenty of customers now, especially with having the Nexus 4 on their stocks as well.

Currently we don’t know which smartphones qualify as the select 4G devices for $12 but the video does show the Nokia Lumia 810. The only downside to this promotion so far is that it’s only available in store. So you’d have to head out to your local T-Mobile store. So head over to T-Mobile’s website and find the store nearest you so you can take advantage of this great deal.

Some of the devices you can trade in include the iPhone 3G, 3GS, 4, 4S, and 5, Select Blackberries, The Nexus One, Nexus S, and Galaxy Nexus, the HTC Sensation, Amaze, One S, HD2, HD7, and Radar, the Motorola Defy, Samsung Galaxy S, S2, S3, Galaxy Exhibit 4G, and the Vibrant. There are plenty more as well that you can bring in.

T-Mobile has some great Value plans for you to choose from, and I’m pretty sure you won’t find anything cheaper with unthrottled 4G data. Right now I have the value plan with unlimited data and I love it. I’ve used about 12GB already this month and still get great HSPA+ speeds. So head on into your local T-Mobile store and check out these great devices. Who’s on their way right now?

Source: T-Mobile

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