Tis the season for deals and the rumor is that T-Mobile is answering the call with a set of new promotions for customers this month. Said to be starting tomorrow December 10th, T-Mobile could be launching new promotions aimed at savings across multiple areas, from phones, to plans, and even the T-Mobile cell spot. As we stated these are just rumors at this point so don't take them as a definite deal that you'll be able to walk into your local retailer and take advantage of. However since the rumor states these deals will start tomorrow you won't be waiting long to figure out what T-Mobile has on offer.
According to the source T-Mobile will be offering a deal on purchasing the Samsung Galaxy S5, allowing customers to save $100 when they purchase the device. This would appear to be a direct savings as T-Mobile is said to be bringing down the price of the Galaxy S5, instantly saving you $100 off the retail cost whether your make the purchase in store or online, and bringing the total cost for the customer to $560. Alongside the S5 deal T-mobile is also reportedly setting up some plan promotions, starting with 4 lines for $100, and a data bucket allowance of shared data at 12GB, or 4GB per line for internet use.
T-Mobile will also reportedly be offering customers a 2 lines for $100 promotional plan, where they get a completely unlimited 4G LTE plan with unlimited talk, text, and data. At the moment this pricing (that's $100 for 2 lines on the same plan) only comes with 3GB of data so completely unlimited for the same cost is an outright steal. The new 2 for $100 that supposedly starts tomorrow also comes with a 5GB monthly tethering allotment, a Rhapsody unRadio subscription, unlimited music streaming and all the other benefits of simple choice plans. Normally these features for 2 lines on the same plan would cost about $140, so T-Mobile is giving the monthly cost a huge discount here if this promo is for real. Lastly they're also supposedly offering free cell spot routers to any account holders that start up a new line activation. If you're planning on switching to T-Mobile or you're an existing customer, we'd recommend going down to your local store tomorrow and talking things over with a rep.