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T-Mobile Offering $75 Discount On Galaxy S6, Note 5 & LG V10

December 12, 2015 - Written By Kishalaya Kundu

With the Holiday shopping spree on in full force, the third largest wireless carrier in the US, T-Mobile, has announced that it is slashing the prices of as many as three premium smartphones from Samsung and LG by as much as $75 dollars each, with the promo code DEAL75OFF. The offer is valid on the Galaxy S6 and the Galaxy Note 5 from Samsung, along with the V10 from fellow South Korean vendor LG Electronics. All versions of the devices are eligible for the rebate, starting from base versions with just 32 GB of storage, going up to higher-end models with 64 or 128 GB of storage. The discount can be redeemed by interested buyers both on the carrier’s website as well as a toll-free 1-877 number announced the company (1-877-387-4324).

According to T-Mobile, the discount will be offered only for a limited period of time, although, there’s no mention of how long it will be available. Also, the carrier is offering free overnight shipping for people booking their devices now. Meaning, now is as good a time as any to put your cash down to buy one of these handsets if were waiting for the right time or looking for a bargain. That’s especially true for the LG V10, seeing as the T-Mobile, AT&T and Verizon models of the handset are already being bundled with some major goodies from LG, including a 64GB microSD card, an extra 3,000 mAh battery and a charging cradle. That particular offer went live on the first of this month, and will run thru the 21st, as per an announcement by the South Korean consumer electronics company.

All the three devices are already among the very best that money can buy in the world of premium Android smartphones, and the promo from T-Mobile is only going to make things sweeter for those wanting a new handset. As for T-Mo, the carrier, over the past few days, have been introducing innovative new promos, often aimed directly at its competitors, but then again, you wouldn’t expect anything less from the company’s high-profile, outspoken and often controversial CEO, Mr. John Legere. Just earlier this week, T-Mobile announced that Verizon customers, if they were to switch over to Magenta, will be getting up to a year’s access to Hulu for free, and last month, it started offering three months of unlimited LTE to its Simple Choice customers.