T-Mobile has announced some new promos to attract buyers ahead of Mother’s Day, which falls on the 8th of May this year. The company is offering a free LG tablet to everyone who buys one of LG’s latest premium smartphones – the LG G5, the G4 or the V10. The tablet on offer in each case is the LG Gpad F 8.0, which is a mid-range 8-inch tablet that comes with a built-in Stylus which allows users to easily write or sketch with increased accuracy. The limited time offer goes live on Wednesday, May 4th, but excludes residents of Rhode Island, Connecticut and Miami-Dade County. Meanwhile, the company is also offering a second LG smartphone at half price for users adding a second line.
T-Mobile is also offering a range of Mother’s Day-themed accessories that it says would make perfect gifts for Moms across the country. The range includes everything from smartphone cases adorned with metallic studs and rhinestones to additional battery packs and crystal gem-encrusted earphones. All of which will be available online as well as T-Mobile’s retail stores nationwide from Friday, May 6th. The carrier is also offering a bunch of other deals as part of its Mother’s Day celebrations, including a pair of headphones in Rose Gold, and free overnight shipping on all items bought between now and Thursday, May 5th.
Companies run promos from time to time throughout the year, and while the holiday season is obviously the time to make the most money, events like Mother’s Day, Valentine’s Day and other such occasions also allow the companies to make a few extra sales by rolling out deals and offers. As for T-Mobile, the company has been enjoying a very good run over the past couple of years, growing faster than any major carrier in the U.S. The company went past Sprint last year to become the third-largest wireless service provider in the country and even though the carrier has a long way to go before it can catch up with AT&T and Verizon, the company’s growth trajectory has been nothing short of phenomenal in recent times with 7 straight quarters of over 1 million net postpaid subscriber adds.