T-Mobile's "Magenta Friday" Is Now Live, Get Two Lines Free

T-Mobile announced their little "Magenta Friday" sale earlier this week, and now the sale has officially started. It'll run through the weekend, so if you're interested in adding a couple extra lines to your account, you'll want to do it before Sunday night, as this limited time promotion will end then. T-Mobile announced that users can get two lines for free this weekend. This works for both new and existing customers as well.

For new customers, you can get four lines on T-Mobile ONE which gives everyone unlimited data, for just $120/month. The way this works out is that you pay $70 for the first line, $50 for the second line and the last two are free. If you're an existing customer, don't worry, you can take advantage too. This deal works with both T-Mobile ONE and Simple Choice plans, so if you have two lines already, you can simply login to My T-Mobile and add another two lines for free. Now T-Mobile does note that you may not see the credit for the new "free" lines until the second monthly billing. Which is quite common with promotions like this.

That's what T-Mobile has cooking this weekend. It's a great time to add another line to your account, especially if you're looking to add one this holiday season. Pick up a new line this weekend, and add a new device next weekend, where T-Mobile will have countless deals on tablets, smartphones and even wearables. In fact, they are giving out free Galaxy S7 devices when you trade in a Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5 or another device on T-Mobile ONE or Simple Choice Unlimited. That's a great way to upgrade everyone in the family to the latest and greatest from Samsung.

If you're looking to add a new line or two to your account, simply follow the link below. From there you'll be able to either switch (remember, T-Mobile is still paying up to $650 in switching costs) to T-Mobile, or add new lines to your account. You can also call T-Mobile at 1-800-T-Mobile and work with customer care to get it taken care of.

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