T-Mobile Rumor Confirmed, Samsung and Apple Devices at $0 Down


Another rumor has been brought into reality. T-Mobile has gotten into the giving spirit, of course with some caveats as well. As of December 11th, 2013, all Samsung devices will be $0 down, oh and Apple products as well.

The deal will cover the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy S4. On the Apple side of things they are offering up the iPhone 5S and 5C. You can go online or in-store, and purchase any of the devices listed above, for $0 down, but the catch is you still will have to still pay off the device over the course of 24 months. Some of the devices being offered will have a $30 monthly payment, all the way down to $17 a month. That is the full price of the device you decide to walk away with, but more on that later.

The monthly price is still what may stop people from snatching this deal. In the long run, you will still be paying full price. So the only real deal you get, is saving that money for a "limited time," that's right folks, the money you will save still belongs to T-Mobile. On the bright side, the upfront savings can be spent on other presents for the many people to buy for on your list.

The goodness doesn't stop there, because T-Mobile will be throwing the $0 down sign at the tablets of the same family. Meaning that the Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 will be $0 down, and so will the iPad Mini, Mini Retina Display, Mini and Air. If Apple is up your alley when it comes to tablets.

When the rumor first broke, it was thought to apply to any device with the names listed above, in any GB version. Unfortunately, that may have been a little off. According to the T-Mobile press release, the discount will only be for 16GB versions across the board. That's Tablets as well as smart phone devices.

So if you don't mind spending the money, without spending the money, only to spend the money, confusing? Than you know where to be on December 11th. T-Mobile.com, or any T-Mobile retailer near you.


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