If for some reason you still haven’t bought the iPhone 7 or the iPhone SE, but can’t stop thinking about it, then T-Mobile may have a deal perfect for you. The newest Dads and Grads Promo allows T-Mobile’s subscribers to upgrade iPhone 7 storage completely out of charge or get the iPhone SE at no costs.
This weekend T-Mobile kicks off a new promo on the latest iPhones. You can either grab the iPhone SE for free, or get the 256GB iPhone 7 with a $100 discount.
To start from the storage upgrade promo, starting today everyone willing to buy the iPhone 7 from the Un-carrier can grab the 256GB model at the price of the 128GB variant. In practice it means that instead of paying $849, you can get it for $125.99 upfront and $26 each of the 24 months of the installment plan. This translates to savings worth $100. If you don’t like installments, you can pay the device off upright. Then it will cost you $749.
Consider the 5.5-inch iPhone 7 too big, then how about the iPhone SE? Being currently the most compact offering in the iPhone’s world the 4-inch handset may be yours completely for free. All you have to do to get a free iPhone SE is to purchase one of the latest smartphones available at T-Mobile.
After transaction, you will have to visit T-Mobile Promotions Center website and enter the promo code: 17Q2SEONUS. T-Mobile will verify your purchase and send you a prepaid MasterCard gift card worth $400 to cover the cost of the device. The deal applies to all the new iPhones from the T-Mobile’s portfolio, including iPhone 7 and 7Plus, iPhone 6S and 6S Plus, and iPhone SE. Last but definitely not least, both devices need to be bought on EIP.
Another thing worth noting is that both deals are of limited-time type. So far however, the carrier didn’t share a news exactly how long they will last.
Perhaps the iPhone SE promo is far from the best iPhone BOGO deal, and $100 savings isn’t too much (especially when we take into account that the iPhone 8’s premier is just round the corner), we can’t be too picky as great promos on iPhones are still pretty scarce.