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T-Mobile Gives Back $100 With Galaxy Purchases From May 13th

May 11, 2015 - Written By Justin Diaz

The wireless world is full of deals and promotions centered around the latest and greatest devices of both the smartphone and tablet genres. You’ll see this from all the major carriers from various regions as well as a handful of the smaller MVNO’s. Starting this Wednesday, T-Mobile is gearing up to unleash a new promotion for customers which seeks to place both the new Samsung Galaxy S6 or Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge and a Samsung tablet in the hands of interested buyers. Of course, the promotion won’t be limited to just the Galaxy S6 as there is a varied selection of different devices which qualify for the promotion. What do customers get for purchasing both types of mobile devices? $100 back.

Yep, T-Mobile will be giving customers who purchase both a qualifying Samsung smartphone and a qualifying Samsung tablet together, $100 to sweeten the deal in hopes to draw in customers and increase sales of the Samsung lineup of products. The good news is that T-Mobile is allowing customers to split up device purchases into separate transactions even on separate days. Customers who are interested in this deal will be able to choose from both of Samsung’s newest smartphones to hit the market, the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy S6 Edge, as well as the Galaxy Note 4 and the Galaxy Note Edge from last Fall. With any of those smartphones, customers will need to also pick up either the Samsung Galaxy Tab S or the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, and both devices will need to be set up on EIP and be purchased within 30 days of each other if they want to be eligible to get the $100.

Now as you might expect, T-Mobile isn’t just going to hand you $100 from the cash register when you buy these phones and tablets. The $100 comes in the form of a mail-in rebate MasterCard with the $100 amount on it, which could take up to an entire eight weeks to process and be sent out. In addition to the above terms and conditions, T-Mobile has stated that customers will need to either upgrade or activate the tablet on a postpaid rate plan, and naturally both lines will need to be in an active state with accounts being current for each line. If these terms and the promotion sound good to you, then the promotion goes into play starting May 13th which is only two days away.

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