T-Mobile Offers LG G Pad X 8.0 & Samsung Galaxy Tab E for Free

T-Mobile has decided to bring back their pretty popular "Tablet On Us" promotion, and this time it's starring the LG G Pad X 8.0 and the Samsung Galaxy Tab E (also an 8-inch tablet). Starting today, customers will be able to pick up the LG G Pad X 8.0 or the Samsung Galaxy Tab E from T-Mobile and get it for free, through monthly bill credits for the next 24 months. The customer will just need to pay to keep it connected to T-Mobile's network, by adding it onto your plan. This promotion is available for those on the T-Mobile ONE plan or on Simple Choice with at least 6GB of data. The carrier has not announced how long this promotion will last however, it could end on Monday, or continue for the foreseeable future.

With T-Mobile ONE, customers will be able to add a tablet to their plan for as little as $20/month, if they have auto-pay enabled. Which is a pretty good price, especially considering the fact that the tablet will have unlimited data. Allowing you to watch videos anywhere you want, even on T-Mobile's network. Or use it for sending emails and such. It's definitely a great price for unlimited data. If you're in the market for a new tablet, or have been wanting to grab one to use when you don't want to use your smartphone, then you may want to take advantage of this deal. To do so, you can either head into your local T-Mobile store, or purchase the tablet online through T-Mobile.com (links are available below).

Both of these tablets are 8-inch tablets, but they aren't the only tablets that T-Mobile offers right now. There are plenty of other tablets available on their network, both Android and iOS. You can get any tablet for as low as $20/month with auto-pay on T-Mobile ONE, but only these two are available for free. They both come with 8GB of storage, but do have micro SD card slots that support up to 256GB of additional storage, great for storing loads of movies and such on your tablet for long flights, and road trips.

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