T-Mobile Valentine's Day sale

T-Mobile wants to share a little love this Valentine's Day, and they are trying to win your heart with free phones.  On Feb. 11 and 12 (hey, that's this weekend!) all phones on T-Mobile will be free.  This includes their high end Android phones like the MyTouch 4G, the T-Mobile G2, and the Samsung Vibrant.

Of course free really means you're tied to a two year agreement, and if you dig a little deeper into the press release you see that "Mail-in rebate card may apply".  But if you were planning on sticking with T-Mobile for two years anyway, might as well score a free Android phone out of the deal.  The full press release is after the break. [T-Mobile]

T-Mobile Announces Two-Day All Phones Free Valentine’s Promotion, Including Its 4G Smartphones Running on America’s Largest 4G Network
On February 11-12, T-Mobile Will Invite America to Feel the Valentine Love with an All Phones Free Offer That Includes Its Latest Smartphones
 
BELLEVUE, Wash.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--T-Mobile USA, Inc. today announced a Valentine’s offer to fall in love with. On Friday, February 11 and Saturday, February 12, all T-Mobile phones, even the fastest 4G smartphones running on America’s largest 4G network, will be offered for free at T-Mobile retail stores with qualifying plan on two-year contract. The promotion marks the latest effort by the company to make it easier and more affordable for people to join the data revolution and step up to 4G, enabling them to stay connected with their loved ones not only through voice calls, but also photos, texts, video conferencing, social media updates and more.
 
“T-Mobile’s Valentine’s promotion makes it easier for anyone to get their favorite smartphone and keep connected on America’s largest 4G network.”
.To celebrate, T-Mobile has also teamed up with New York Times best-selling author and TV personality Khloé Kardashian to spread the word about how using smartphones is the best way to keep in touch with loved ones and tell them how you feel about them. For a special Valentine’s video starring Khloé, visit T-Mobile’s YouTube and Facebook page on Wednesday, February 9.
 
“Smartphones offer people incredible flexibility to stay connected and express their love to the people that matter most,” said John Clelland, senior vice president of marketing, T-Mobile USA. “T-Mobile’s Valentine’s promotion makes it easier for anyone to get their favorite smartphone and keep connected on America’s largest 4G network.”
 
With affordable unlimited calling, texting and data plans, T-Mobile is giving its most connected customers options that take advantage of the latest devices. With the Valentine’s promotion, consumers can choose from a selection of 30 devices, no phones excluded, including a variety of brands such as HTC, Garmin, Motorola, Nokia and Samsung. All phones will be available while supplies last, so customers are encouraged to arrive early to stores to secure the latest and most popular new devices, including:
 
  • T-Mobile® myTouch® 4G
  • HTC HD7
  • T-Mobile G2® with Google™
  • Samsung Vibrant™
 
Both those in love and those looking for love have two days to get the smartphone they’ve been eager to get their hands on. For additional promotion details and a list of participating stores, visit T-Mobile online.
 
Limited-time offer on 2/11/2011 and 2/12/2011. No rain checks. Mail-in rebate card may apply. Participating locations only; see store for details. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at T-Mobile.com.
 
About T-Mobile USA, Inc.
 
Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless operation of Deutsche Telekom AG. By the end of the third quarter of 2010, approximately 130 million mobile customers were served by the mobile communication segments of the Deutsche Telekom group — 33.8 million by T-Mobile USA — all via a common technology platform based on GSM and UMTS, the world’s most widely-used digital wireless standards. Today, T-Mobile operates America's largest 4G network, and is delivering a compelling 4G experience across a broad lineup of leading devices in more places than competing 4G services. T-Mobile USA’s innovative wireless products and services help empower people to connect to those who matter most. Multiple independent research studies continue to rank T-Mobile USA among the highest in numerous regions throughout the U.S. in wireless customer care and call quality. For more information, please visit http://www.T-Mobile.com. T-Mobile is a federally registered trademark of Deutsche Telekom AG. For further information on Deutsche Telekom, please visit www.telekom.de/investor-relations.
 
For more information about T-Mobile’s 4G products, please visit http://www.t-mobile.com.

 
There are 13 comments

bawolfe says:

What's their early termination fee, 175 or so? Whats to stop someone from signing up and canceling the next day to get a new G2 for only $175 ?

crxssi says:

And then what do you do with the phone? Frame it? You probably want to have service again. I have a feeling they would probably have something to prevent you from activating a terminated contract phone right afterward. Good question, though.

uansari1 says:

$250. Plus you wouldn't get your mail in rebate... and T-mobile typically won't cancel your recently purchased plan unless you return your handset. ;)

crxssi says:

>"Of course free really means you're tied to a two year agreement"

Exactly. It isn't free at all. Nothing at all free about it.

Here, you can have this car for FREE! You just have to sign up for a monthly payment for two years.

Lol... ohhhhhh... mmmm....

Spork1673 says:

with the shitty phone sprints about to announce this is sounding pretty damn good

h20squirter says:

nothing is EVER free in this world! but if they are going to give you a mail in rebate for the full price of your phone, im not seeing what everyone is b!tching about. and even if you bought a phone at full price you still have to pay for service every month, so it's really nothing like saying here is a free car just make the monthly payment. the equivalent would be Chevy giving you a brand new Camaro and then 8 weeks later giving you a check for the $32,000 you spent on the car, you still have to buy fuel to make it go up and down the road dumba$$.

icebike says:

Agreed.

It seems that your monthly should go down after the contract is done and the phone is paid off. And if you Bring Your Own Phone, you should get better pricing as well.

Does T-Mo offer any BYOP or Month to Month plans?

Yes, and at a significant discount. Because they actually charge less if they don't have to subsidize the hardware, I hate T-Mo slightly less than the other US carriers.

Slightly.

ant says:

I wonder if the nexus s qualifies for this promo...?

mustangboy88 says:

Probably not, as that phone is not posted on their website.

cq says:

I am seriously considering this. I am currently a Verizon user and have been for 10 years. My wife and I have OG Droids (and two other feature phones), and I am unhappy by the lack of stock Androids coming out, and just Verizon in general. My termination fee for all four phones is only $350.00, and I think I could see them to cover most of that.

I am really looking at the G2, to get for free, but also be able to buy the next Nexus when it comes out (even if I have to pay full price). The savings on four new smart phones, and being able to put the other two on the $10.00 a month plans is great. Plus, the extra bonus is I can port my numbers to Google Voice while canceling my Verizon plan.

Is there any reason I should be considering something else?

garfnodie says:

I'm considering this as well, but I'm thinking of getting the HD7. I know it's not an Android phone, but I have an N1 on TMo right now. According the Engadget, people with service now can get the deal as well. So as long as I can get the phone by just renewing my contract for the next two years, and I can keep my sim card I already have, then I can just go back and forth. I'm kind of interested in WP7 and want to follow it's development, but I'm also hoping some will port Android to the HD7 in the future.