Priced at something round $930, the Samsung’s new Note 8 is unquestionably one of the most expensive smartphones on the market today. But if you’re happen to be a T-Mobile subscriber looking for the Samsung’s latest phablet, you may be able to get the second phone for free. If you don’t want two Note 8 phones you can opt for a free Galaxy S8 or S8 Plus instead. But you need to meet T-Mobile’s specific requirements. Let’s take a closer look at the offer.
T-Mobile’s newest offer allows customers to get a free Galaxy Note 8 thanks to BOGO deal.
Starting September 1st you can purchase the Galaxy Note 8 from the Un-carrier and benefit from a second Note 8 for free. All this is possible thanks to T-Mobile’s recent BOGO deal. Naturally, as always with such promos, there are some caveats you have to be aware of.
To take advantage of the offer you need to pre-order two Galaxy Note 8 or one Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy S8 or S8+ from the carrier on its EIP, within which you will be asked to pay a $210 deposit for each handset.
Doing simple math, you will have to pay $420 down payment upfront. But you need to be on T-Mobile One or Simple Choice Unlimited rate plan. If you already a T-Mobile’s customer on the required plan, you will have to add a new line for the second bonus device.
When you complete the purchase you need to visit the T-Mobile Promo Center and enter the promo code: 17CSAMN8BOGO. After verification of your application, T-Mobile will send you a prepaid MasterCard worth $210 to cover the cost of the second phone.
Don’t forget that except for paying the upfront payment, you will be charged $30 each of the 24 months of the installment plan. Another thing is that you can simply make use of the promo, get free device and run because T-Mobile sets things straight: early cancellation results in you needing to pay the full retail price of the second handset.
Sadly, not everyone is qualified to add a new line to their account and benefit from the BOGO deal, but if you’re meet the necessary requirements , the promo is worth considering. Not every day a carrier is granting opening of a new line of services with a free top-notch smartphone.