T-Mobile Kicks Off BOGO Sale on Galaxy S7 & Galaxy S7 Edge

Today, T-Mobile kicked off their BOGO (Buy One Get One) Free sale on the Samsung Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. This means that you can buy one Galaxy S7 and get the second one for free, in form of a mail-in rebate. Customers will need to pay a down payment up front if their credit is requires, but T-Mobile says that they will be credited for that as well. T-Mobile is also offering up this deal for other Samsung devices like the Galaxy On5 and Galaxy J7, and they mention that these will be in the form of monthly bill credits as well.

There are a couple of caveats with this deal. One, you do need to sign up for or be on the T-Mobile ONE plan. So if you were looking to stick with Simple Choice, that's not an option unfortunately. Additionally, you do also need to add a line to get the second Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge for free. This means that if you have two lines, you couldn't simply upgrade those two lines and take advantage of the BOGO sale. If you do pick up a Galaxy S7 and a Galaxy S7 Edge, then you will get a mail-in rebate for the Galaxy S7, since it is the cheaper device. Unfortunately, that's how these deals work, when you buy one and get one free, the product that's "equal or lesser value" is the one that qualifies for the rebate.

While these smartphones won't arrive in time for Christmas, especially if you don't make it into your local T-Mobile store, these are still great prices on fantastic smartphones, and will be a great smartphone to start 2017 with. T-Mobile notes in their press release that you can go to your local T-Mobile store, go to T-Mobile.com or call 1-800-TMOBILE and take advantage of this deal. Currently, they are not mentioning how long this deal will be good for, only saying that it's a "limited time" thing. So you'll want to run in and grab this deal before it's gone. You can hit up the link below and check out T-Mobile's pricing on these Samsung devices.

 

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