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T-Mobile 64GB Galaxy S6/S6 Edge At 32GB Prices This Weekend

May 20, 2015 - Written By Ricardo Trevizo

T-Mobile is the third major carrier in the United States, only recently surpassing Sprint for the position; and with a known desire to continue growing, T-Mobile has begun offering more deals and discounts on devices sold directly by both the carrier’s retail stores or MetroPCS. Today a great new deal has been announced by T-Mobile, celebrating Memorial Day; the uncarrier will allow customers to get a Samsung Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge with a larger storage capacity for the price of the model with the lower capacity. This is a tempting new deal, taking into consideration that customers will be able to save up to $80, and especially as neither of the two devices have the option for expandable storage via microSD.

Memorial Day will be celebrated on May 25, but T-Mobile will make the deal available from May 23 to May 25, giving potential customers enough time to choose their favorite smartphone. T-Mobile’s Memorial Day discounts will potentially increase the sales of both devices, as several reports advised customers to stay away from the smaller storage capacity models for the lack of expansion capabilities. Customers will now be able to get the 64GB storage capacity model of the recently released Galaxy S6 or Galaxy S6 Edge, for the relatively lower price of the smaller 32GB model. As such, the 64GB Galaxy S6 model’s full retail price goes down to $679.92, or $28.33 per month with a two-year contract; resulting in an $80 discount.

Not only will Samsung devices be on sale through T-Mobile, there are several other smartphones worth mentioning that will also face a decrease in price over the Memorial Day weekend; like the mid-range LG G Stylo, which will be sold for as low as $12.08 per month with a two-year contract, or down to a full retail price of $289.92. Another LG device that will be available with a discount is the LG Leon LTE, making it available for free after online rebate, without any decrease in its price, the LG Leon LTE is priced at $149.76 for full retail and $6.24 per month with a two-year contract. T-Mobile will also make switching to MetroPCS a more pleasant experience, by offering a free 4G LTE device; giving customers the option to get the recently released 4×100 Plan once more. This plan offers four individual smartphone lines with 2GB of data, and unlimited texts and calls for the low price of $100 per month. There is no doubt T-Mobile is working hard to attract more potential customers, and with that, climb up another position in the carrier’s ladder, although the next position is still far from their reach.