HTC HD7, Motorola Defy And myTouch Slide All Free On T-Mobile.com Through February 14th

Those of you who just loathe the in store shopping experience and are watching the special sale going on right now at T-Mobile stores can take advantage of some online only offers right now. The HTC HD7, Motorola Defy and myTouch Slide are all on sale for new customers and add a lines through Monday, February 14th.

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  • Mog

    This is an *awesome* deal, because the phones are free, *no rebates required!* And you can get them with the $10 data plan. In stores, these phones were only free after rebates, and some of those rebates seemed to require the $30 data plan. And the HD7 and the DEFY are both new-ish phones!

    I just signed up for a T-Mobile family plan and got two HD7s and a DEFY. :) T-Mobile’s plan offerings are really an incredible value.

    • Chatter

      You will love the Defy. Its really is a great phone for the price it sells at. I know you got it for free which is even better! Have fun.

      • red

        nothing is free. you signed to a 2yr contract you idiots.

        • jonstonson

          You’re an idiot. It’s a $500 phone, if they want to get out of contract it’s $200. They still come out on top. People bitch about contracts too much. You’re going to have service anyway, and if you REALLY are sooo unsatisfied with your service pay the cancellation fee. At least it’s not the $350 ETF.

        • Red

          you are another dumb head thats wrong Jonstonson

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JUTGZZRBMSFP3CAJSMJU4XBQZU Keleko T

          How is he a “dumb head”?…quit trolling dude.

        • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JUTGZZRBMSFP3CAJSMJU4XBQZU Keleko T

          How is he a “dumb head”?…quit trolling dude.

        • Sparks

          yea smart move. pay the ETF then where do you think you will go? ATT is the only option on this phone and you will be paying more monthy there. the whole point is to save on monthly payments on the long run. some people speak out of there as-s

        • Adam4343
        • Monkey

          most people unlock and go here:
          http://www.mysimplemobile.com/

        • Anonymous

          Nice thanks for the link. Do you have any idea if you will still be able to use all the features of the unlocked phone even if it’s 4G on simplemobile?

        • Chatter

          Oh Red, you are dumber than a doorknob. He would sign a contract either way except he did not pay $100-$200 MORE per phone. Ergo, the phones are free but each contract is not.

        • Redred

          well its apparent that you are the dum one here why dont you learn the facts before you open your mouth. getting a free phone like this ties you to a 2 yrs contract plus the web fee. when you buy the phone full retail there is no contract plus you will not have to get a data plan if you dont want to plus its $10 cheaper a month for talk and text, you do the math dum head

        • asdfg

          Redred, just shut up. Your a dumba$$ who doesn’t know anything. It was smart for you to stay quiet.

        • Red

          asdfg/ why dont i come over there and shove my fist down your throat

        • ATL Guy

          LOL.
          Your comment would have impact if :
          1y
          You knew who he was
          2 you knew where he was
          3. You weren’t posting from the back of a little yellow school bus

        • Sparks

          Chatter you dont know what the helll you are talking about, so please shut up

        • Bratty

          Another retard who thinks he knows math but basically is on Red’s level. You ever consider he wanted a web plan? Moron!

        • http://twitter.com/josemedina1983 Jose Medina

          Even if your right you don’t have the right to diss anyone. 2 tell me what carrier is offering smartphones for no money upfront?. 3 tell me whats the advantage of getting a phone full price when most people stick to their smartphone over 1 year. Theirs plenty of costumers who dont know or care about 2.1 2.2 or what ever OS it is. only phone fanatics like you or me and the rest of the mates here probably want a new phone every year then it might be a bad idea. You can argue someones opinion with out insulting them.

        • Anonymous

          Red… says: “nothing is free. you signed to a 2yr contract you idiots”

          While people should always calculate the total cost of what they buy, getting $1000 in phones for free ($500 each x 2) actually makes someone a smart shopper.

          What makes someone who takes advantage of a free phone deal an “idiot?” Who is the smart one, someone who instead pays $200 for a phone and signs the same two-year contract? Besides, if you compare paying $200 for a subsidized phone with this free-phone promotion, the phones actually are as he says, FREE.

          If one is handed a phone and no money is paid, where usually there is at least $200 paid, isn’t that the classic definition of “free?”

          While one should not get caught up on getting something that appears free (because as you say, there’s the contract that one needs to take into account), remember that for the $1200 to $1600 or whatever he is paying, he is in fact getting something for that money: talk, text and data. That’s what the two year contract is paying for, the services. It’s not for the phone.

          If there’s any “idiots” it would be those people who fail to look at and compare all the numbers when making these kinds of high-ticket purchases (phone, talk, data) and buy a phone because it’s “cool.” (Like I have always said, the iPhone in 2007-2008 was a very expensive phone to own, if you calculated the price of the phone and a two year plan with AT&T.)

          http://www.ipodobserver.com/ipo/article/Owning_an_iPhone_3G_will_Cost_More_Than_iPhone_2G/

          For sure, $20 here a month, $10 there a month, can add up to thousands that people waste in services and products.

          Lastly, if you amortize over two years the savings of getting free $500 smartphones, that’s as the product name expresses, extremely SMART (phone) shopping.

        • ATL Guy

          Do you really need to post a book everytime you post Mike?
          We get that Mike likes to hear Mike.
          Funny thing is your like a grandpa who lectures about things we already know. Gee we should take in the costs of services?
          Wow man I am sure none of the posters thought of that.

        • berryfull

          it’s not the same contract if you pay for the phone or get it free. TM is cheap, no doubt, but nothing in life is “free.” Check out your real costs on CNET or BillShrink.

      • red

        nothing is free. you signed to a 2yr contract you idiots.

  • Mog

    This is an *awesome* deal, because the phones are free, *no rebates required!* And you can get them with the $10 data plan. In stores, these phones were only free after rebates, and some of those rebates seemed to require the $30 data plan. And the HD7 and the DEFY are both new-ish phones!

    I just signed up for a T-Mobile family plan and got two HD7s and a DEFY. :) T-Mobile’s plan offerings are really an incredible value.

  • Nardva

    They need to make the My Touch 4G free online through 2-14.

  • Schneider2020

    If they really cared about the customers and making money they would update the mytouch side to Froyo 2.2 and they would fly off the shelves.

    • Anonymous

      or maybe they would sell the g2….

  • Swilkers808

    Unless you are already a T-Mobile customer, as usual.

    • Bratty

      Quit whining. As a current customer, YOU signed a contract and got a subsidized phone at the time. Now, you want a new phone for free and blame TMo for not giving you one? It is “as usual” because that is exactly how “normal” business works.

  • Youngt82

    So true@schneider. Its been 9months and still no froyo update for us mytouch slide owners :(

  • http://twitter.com/bryantjack bryantjack

    i hope no one gets the defy, the ear piece will die on you

  • Anonymous

    The DEFY is probably the best out of the bunch. Overclocks easy, good 3G reception (can’t say the same for the HD7 at all) and it’s rugged, great call quality.. not that laggy

    • wam

      Yes i agree! I went and got the Defy, and its a great phone. Ive got it rooted and overclocked! Reception is great. I recommend the Defy.

      • ATL Guy

        Defy is a nice looking phone.

      • Anonymous

        only bad thing is no 720p recording but other than that using it in the rain is awesome

  • Jake

    Hd7 or defy?

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      hd7 motoblur sucks

      • http://twitter.com/WhyCantMyPhone Neal Elward

        Blur does suck, but it’s not terribly hard to install a custom firmware that strips it out. I had a Nexus One for a while, but now I have a Defy. I have it overclocked to 1GHz, and it is essentially the same as the Nexus One. The screen is higher res, and the device is way more durable. That, and I bought one used for one third of the Nexus One’s new price.

        Anyway, I think you would have to be insane to take a Windows phone over the Defy, at least when you can take a little customization into account.

  • Jake_79927

    Or get the HTC inspire 4g from at andt for 399 and use wifi only data and tmobile phone prices. Much better phone!!

  • Mikey P

    i called customer loyalty cuz i had 2 full upgrades and they wouldnt do anything for me in the store and they gave me 2 FREE mytouch 4g phones and waived all fees!!!!!! T MOB RULES ALL OTHER CARRIERS

  • Tyrone M Jackson

    Rather than have these promotions, it would be nice if T-Mobile would support their phones. I’m still waiting, for 9 months, for T-Mobile’s “soon” Android update on the Slide. They’ve been saying it would get 2.2 “soon” since last June. Apparently, at T-Mobile, “soon” is always in the future.

    • TalOrtRal

      I was also pretty upset that the update was “coming soon” since I got the phone in May. So I finally decided to root my phone and install Cyanogenmod. Soooo glad T-Mobile pushed me to finally bite the bullet and do it. It’s like an all new phone. Besides all the normal advantages of 2.2 (wireless tether! (which Tmo will no doubt remove from their build)), i can overclock the Slide to up to 850mhz, it runs so fast, I updated the radio to a newer version, cell reception is better, download speeds are WAY better, battery life, no exaggeration, is close to double with all the bloatware taken off. Anyway, I highly recommend it.

  • MIKEEEEE

    how about a freebie galaxy TAB deal?

    • Will

      haha that would be amazing! I just ordered one last week and should get it today!

  • Brians Android

    I tried to get one for my wife but was told that the PROMO was for a new account or to add a new line to an existing account. I guess I didn’t read the fine print or didn’t see it. It’s all good though, I still prefer T-Mobile over the other guys :)

  • Brians Android

    I tried to get one for my wife but was told that the PROMO was for a new account or to add a new line to an existing account. I guess I didn’t read the fine print or didn’t see it. It’s all good though, I still prefer T-Mobile over the other guys :)

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/James-Jones/100002080800723 James Jones

    I have never been too big of a Motorola fan, but they seem to have struck gold on this one! I am an avid snowboarder and the DEFY couldn’t fit my lifestyle any better. I can finally remove my phone from its pocket without fear of dropping it in the snow. I am a DISH Network subscriber/employee, and have recently installed their Remote Access app. I can now stream over 200 HD channels while on the ski lift! Thank you Motorola for designing this phone specifically for me!