T-Mobile's 2016 Black Friday Deals Leaked Early

Black Friday is coming up pretty soon, in just a few weeks. This year, it all goes down on November 25th. Black Friday is typically the one day of the year where retailers mark down their products pretty heavily, as it is the official start of the holiday season. T-Mobile, as they usually do, will be taking part in Black Friday and their list of deals have already leaked out. However, keep in mind that these are not official, just yet. So take it with a grain of salt, as is usually the case when it comes to leaks.

T-Mobile is going to be giving out free iPads, however it is the iPad Mini 4 and will be done via bill credits. They will also be offering $250 off of the iPad Pro 9.7 32GB of the iPad Air 2. As far as free smartphones go, we're looking at the LG K7, LG K10, Samsung Galaxy J7, Samsung Galaxy On5, and the LG G5, all done via bill credits. For Samsung flagships, they are offering Buy One Get One half off, this only applies to the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy Note 5. Unfortunately the Galaxy S7 Edge is not part of this deal.

As far as lines go, T-Mobile is giving you a forth line for free - a promo which they were doing with T-Mobile ONE when that launched. Also, if you port in a line to T-Mobile, you'll get a $50 bill credit for each line. Up to 4 lines, which is up to $200 bill credits. As far as accessories go, you can get the UE MEGABOOM for just $99, it's regularly $249. They also have an iPhone Accessory bundle for $199, although it's not mentioned what is included in that bundle. Finally, the redditor who posted this information did also say that there will be another promotion with LG, but that they haven't heard from LG just yet. It'll likely include the new LG V20, since the LG G5 is already included in a promotion.

Lots of goodies on sale for Black Friday, making it a great time to switch to T-Mobile or to buy a new smartphone. Of course, once T-Mobile's deals are all set, we'll be sure to update this post.

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