T-Mobile Announces BOGO Galaxy S7 Sale For This Weekend

Samsung has been upping their production of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge, after the Galaxy Note 7 was officially cancelled last month after they initiated a second recall for the device. And now T-Mobile is looking to help Samsung bring back some customers by offering a Buy One, Get One (BOGO) sale this weekend. This is sure to move plenty of Galaxy S7 units for T-Mobile. Unfortunately it doesn't appear to include the Galaxy S7 Edge at this time.

T-Mobile is stating that customers that buy a Galaxy S7 on T-Mobile's Equipment Installment plan can get a second model for free, of course that is after the 24 monthly bill credits. Additionally you need to add a qualifying line of service. Since T-Mobile is also looking to bring in new customers, this deal is open to customers on other carriers. You can switch over to T-Mobile and get up to $650 per line to switch. Keep in mind that the credit won't be available to you immediately. It will actually take about 6 to 8 weeks, but it will be available as a prepaid Mastercard.

Also keep in mind that the only plan T-Mobile offers on the postpaid side of things now is T-Mobile ONE. So you'll be stuck with their "Unlimited" plan that has been getting a lot of backlash as of late. But it's still nice to have unlimited data, even if the video you stream is limited a bit. Also keep in mind that the Galaxy S7 has an updated modem from Qualcomm which leads to even faster speeds on T-Mobile. This BOGO sale for the Galaxy S7 starts Friday, November 11th at 6:00AM PT and ends on Sunday, November 13th at 11:59PM PT. To take advantage of the offer, you can call T-Mobile at 1-800-TMOBILE, head to your local T-Mobile retailer or to T-Mobile's website.

Definitely a great pre-Black Friday deal from T-Mobile here. There's likely to be plenty more of these BOGO deals as we get closer to Black Friday and Cyber Monday. So if you are interested in getting a few new smartphones, but not to excited about the Galaxy S7, then you may want to sit back and wait and see what else becomes available.

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