T-Mobile Rumored to be Offering an 'Upgrade and Save' offer on Dec. 11th - $0 Down on the Note 3, Galaxy S4 and More

T-Mobile normally has some pretty good sales all year round, but it seems like they are hitting this holiday season hard. Starting on Black Friday a couple weeks ago, T-Mobile has been pushing out a variety of offers. Including $0 on many handsets. Now there's a rumor that they have an "Upgrade and Save" offer going on, this Wednesday. At least according to TmoNews.

Basically, select users who are eligible for an upgrade will be sent a message telling them that they are selected, and told the amount of discount that they're due. This discount is going to range from $25 to $200. Now beginning December 11th, these direct mailers will be sent out with details on the preselected offers for each eligible user. Also from that date, a few handsets will be available for $0 down. Which include the Samsung Galaxy Note 2, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy S3, Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung LTE Hotspot, and the LG Optimus F3. For those that are interested in an iPhone, they are offering the iPhone 5 16GB and 32GB, iPhone 5c 16GB and 32GB as well as the iPhone 5s 16GB and 32GB models for $0 down.

The offer is open to upgrade customers only, as you probably figured, and will also only apply if the subscriber has met the "tenure eligibility requirements" of their plan. Phase 1 is ending tomorrow, which included LG, Sony and Samsung phones. From December 11th, the devices mentioned above will be on sale.

This is a pretty good deal, even if it is only for those that are eligible for upgrades, which means they are on the old plans. You know the plans before the Simple Plans were announced earlier this year. Which is probably T-Mobile's way of getting more people off of those older plans and onto the newer ones. How many of you are going to try and upgrade if you're eligible? Let us know in the comments below.

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