T-Mobile Sale

T-Mobile is rolling a promotion until the end of the year that is dropping prices on most of its phones to $0 on contract. For the next 10 days, you can get your hands on most of T-Mobile's high-end offerings, such as the Samsung Galaxy SIII (S3) and HTC One S, as well as everything in the mid- and low-end range. The Galaxy Note 2 and Nexus 4 are the notable omissions from this deal. This promotion also only applies to T-Mobile's "Value Plans," which separate the cost of phones and plans, that will require monthly installments (usually $20/mo for about 20 months) to pay off the rest of the handset. They end up being a better deal over the life of a 2-year contract, and even more so when you can skip the $200-$300 down payment to start the plan.

Considering that T-Mobile is moving completely to Value Plans starting in 2013, this will be a good push to get new customers onboard with the idea at the end of 2012. If you (or a family member) are interested in any of these handsets, it may be a better time than any to go pick one up before 2013. Check out a full list of devices on sale at the source link below.

Source: T-Mobile

 
There are 9 comments

ajac09 says:

no note 2 so pass

MERCDROID says:

+9000 That is the only phone that would make me even consider this promotion.

These are great deals for the Htc 8x, Galaxy S3, Lg Nexus 4 all zero down after 50 dollar mail in rebate. The Galaxy Note 2 99 dollars down all on a Value plan. Get out there Tmobile customers they have been jumping alot since October.

$400 after 20 months for the monthly payment and $100 down, that's $500, plus taxes of course, and the monthly savings from just being in a value plan. That's not a bad deal, but to me that is still a little too much. I really hope TM drops the monthly fee to $15 max for high end devices and then adjust the down payment based on the promotion. For example $300 after the 20 monthly payments and then maybe $100. But this way the S3 would, for example, be $300 for this promotion if they took the $15/Month route. Anyhow, I'd jump on this if the N2 was for $400 but it's not so I'll keep my S3 for a few months longer and hopefully the newer 1080p phones come out.

ronzkie21 says:

This post is out of this topic. I'm getting a One X in a day or two (wife's eligible for an upgrade from AT&T). It's $20 right now at Target. Is there a better deal out there? LOL! I'm comsidering this phone bec. of T-Mobile's refarming. What kind of SIM does this phone use?

mikedez says:

It uses a micro sim and is available at Sam's club for .96 cent on upgrade if you can find it in stock.

ronzkie21 says:

96 cents? Wow! Thanks mikedez!