Today Is T-Mobile’s Father’s Day 2011 Sale!!

T-Mobile’s Father’s Day 2011 Sale is finally here and that means you can take advantage of 12 months of free data! Well that is if you accept the 200MB plan otherwise you’ll receive $10 credits for the 2GB, 5GB and 10GB plans. Customers that select one of the latter data plans will receive a total of $120 worth of savings over the course of 12 months. Customers looking to purchase a Mobile Broadband Plan on a two year contract will also receive a $10 credit on their monthly bill for 12 months as well.

Qualifying existing customers must be at least 18 months into their current contract ending on or before 12/18/2011. You can check out the full list of requirements in the image below!

Happy Father’s Day 2011 from TmoNews!

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  • MIKEEEEE

    i wonder if there’s some fine print in the contract that requires you to stay on with att after the merger?

    the marketing guys have to prevent major churn if the want to be employed after the dust settles.

    • Anonymous

      In a way, it does.  This promotion requires a 2yr contract extension with TMO…Which means you’ll be locked in to that contract post acquisition.  I wonder if the buyout played any role in TMO’s decision not to do a phone deal this time?

      • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

        AT&T doesn’t have any unlimited data plans now so I forsee them taking out the tmo plans unless your grandfathered into something now. I used to have AT&T when they were LA Cellular back in the 90s and kept the account for over 10 years until they changed to Cingular and screwed up my bills.

  • FloridaPhil

    Big deal – not much of an incentive to go with a company that has an uncertain future.  

    • Anonymous

      Actually, that’s all the incentive you need…..Lock in a lower rate for a year and continue to pay much less for service compared to ATT and Verizon for the following year.

    • FloridaPhil

      I’m now happy – see post above but not because of this deal.  I still think it’s a piss poor promotion.

  • Anonymous

    Brings it down to 49.99 for unlimited talk, text and 2 GB web. Thanks tmobile! :D

  • Leonard Cable

    Does anyone know if this will stack with a corporate discount?

    • Anonymous

      It should.

  • Leonard Cable

    You forgot to add the $20 original cost for the 2GB web. That would make it $69.99.

  • Icewiz

    Wanted to let everyone know the deal I just got on the phone.  I have 2 lines, a Blackberry and an (at) Home line.  Blackberry is off contract (no upgrades, 5 yrs), (at)Home was ending in August.  Made a bit of a fuss due to some (legit) issues I had recently trying to upgrade at Walmart, and first rep could not help me.  $200 (ar) for a Sensation 4G, no deals.  ———————  Talked to 2nd rep and the tune totally changed.  She said she had a small number of Sensations she was able to give away free each day (maybe that is why different reps are different) … so she offered me a free Sensation 4G, free activation, free shipping (I pay tax).  I asked about the Father’s Day sale and she said she couldn’t give me that, but offered me $120 bill credit instead.  AND I got my grandfathered 1000 Minutes and More plan moved to a data plan for $69.99 with a 5GB cap! 
     ——————————-  Summary:  Free S4G, free ship, no activation, $120 bill credit, total bill goes from $70/mo–>$77/mo with the same talk/data limits … all for a 2 year upgrade on both lines.  Phone will be here by Friday!  I suspect there is something going on with the ATT merger and keeping people on contract …

    • Penguin

      The only thing i can say is: … me jelly >.<

  • darkjuan

    I hate you Icewiz….  :P

    I actually just got off the phone with a rep too.  I ordered the
    Sensation Monday, but heard about the Fathers Day sale the next day.  I
    called to see about getting the plan changed to the $10.00 off for the
    2gb data service.  The rep said it was only available with the
    “Unlimited Talk, Text and Web” plans.  That with a family plan and 2gb
    of service would cost $139.99 a month.  The plan I signed up for with
    the new phone Monday was 1000 minutes with Unlimited Weekends, Text and
    Web(2gb) for $119.99.  Even with the $10.00 off discount it was cheaper
    to stay with what I originally signed up with.  My wife and I don’t even
    use 700 minutes of talk time a month so Unlimited for $20 extra would
    be overkill and pointless.

    Just thought I’d share that with folks.

  • darkjuan

    I hate you Icewiz….  :P

    I actually just got off the phone with a rep too.  I ordered the
    Sensation Monday, but heard about the Fathers Day sale the next day.  I
    called to see about getting the plan changed to the $10.00 off for the
    2gb data service.  The rep said it was only available with the
    “Unlimited Talk, Text and Web” plans.  That with a family plan and 2gb
    of service would cost $139.99 a month.  The plan I signed up for with
    the new phone Monday was 1000 minutes with Unlimited Weekends, Text and
    Web(2gb) for $119.99.  Even with the $10.00 off discount it was cheaper
    to stay with what I originally signed up with.  My wife and I don’t even
    use 700 minutes of talk time a month so Unlimited for $20 extra would
    be overkill and pointless.

    Just thought I’d share that with folks.

  • Guest

    We just called customer service and asked for a BOGO on the Sensation and they said “yes”.  End result is 2 Sensations for $199.99 (after $50 mail in rebate) and a $120 credit on account for the father’s day deal.
    This was enough incentive for us to extend our family plan 2 more years.  They also adjusted our contract for $139.99 for Unlimited everything 5GB not 2GB.
    I think we got a pretty good deal.

  • Guest

    We just called customer service and asked for a BOGO on the Sensation and they said “yes”.  End result is 2 Sensations for $199.99 (after $50 mail in rebate) and a $120 credit on account for the father’s day deal.
    This was enough incentive for us to extend our family plan 2 more years.  They also adjusted our contract for $139.99 for Unlimited everything 5GB not 2GB.
    I think we got a pretty good deal.

    • Mrharris8

      I didnt know ther were any bogo deals for this phone where did you find that at?

      • Guest

        It’s not advertised at all. I just asked them if they would offer it to us.  Both times the rep said “yes”.

        • Mkrueger08

          Cust serv doesnt have that deal

        • Guest

          I asked for customer loyalty.  Not sure if that’s the same as customer service or not.  We also only had about 3 weeks left on our contract and threatened to cancel.  The BOGO is def not advertised, but you can def sweet talk them into it  =)  Hope it works for you guys!

        • Guest

          I asked for customer loyalty.  Not sure if that’s the same as customer service or not.  We also only had about 3 weeks left on our contract and threatened to cancel.  The BOGO is def not advertised, but you can def sweet talk them into it  =)  Hope it works for you guys!

        • FloridaPhil

          Yeah they do but you have to have a certain standing with them and you have to ask for a Customer Loyalty representative.

          I just called in and got a BOGO on the HTC Sensation ($199 with no mail in rebate), 5GB data on each phone for the price of 2GB, waived upgrade fee and free overnight shipping.  They wouldn’t do the Father’s Day $10 rebate no matter how hard I pushed for it and said it was only available in store locations.

          I am a 4 year T-Mobile customer and just ended my second 2 year contract so was well placed for them to bend over backwards for me.

          When I asked her what all the noise was in the background, she told me there was a buzz in the call center every time they re-sign a customer for +2 years.  T-Mobile WANT to keep you under contract and will do the deal to keep you with them.

          I’m more than happy.

        • Rwoe309

          i call bullshit

        • Floridaphil

          Frankly I don’t give a $hit what you think – I just reported the deal I got.

        • renter

          That’s utter bullshit.

        • renter

          That’s utter bullshit.

    • Mrharris8

      I didnt know ther were any bogo deals for this phone where did you find that at?

    • renter

      BULLSHIT

    • renter

      BULLSHIT

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=543795426 Ali Khan

    This is a shitty crappy deal… last year on mothers day and fathers day T-mobile gave free smartphones with every line!!!

  • Bman325i

    at work right now barely to no customers inside the store. 

  • Bman325i

    at work right now barely to no customers inside the store. 

    • renter

      Has businesss slowed down since the sale of tmobile was announced?

    • renter

      Has businesss slowed down since the sale of tmobile was announced?

  • liveTexas

    T-No already sold out Sensations… backorders as of Friday p.m. …

    • Anonymous

      no sir, maybe online. but majority of stores are still at over 50, average nationwide is 51

    • Anonymous

      no sir, maybe online. but majority of stores are still at over 50, average nationwide is 51

  • http://twitter.com/LTEstyles LTEstyles

    Not too excited about this years promotion, but hey, it’s better than nothing. #saynotoatt

  • http://twitter.com/LTEstyles LTEstyles

    Not too excited about this years promotion, but hey, it’s better than nothing. #saynotoatt

  • OG1

    Thanks a lot for this post. Now time to upgrade my HTC OG1 ;) for the Sensation!

  • OG1

    Thanks a lot for this post. Now time to upgrade my HTC OG1 ;) for the Sensation!

  • R M

    I just got free Sensation. I was off-contract. Initially offered Sensation for $249 to which I replied with “I’m dropping you guys in the next 5 minutes if I don’t get better offer.” Customer service asked to briefly wait while she talks to her supervisor. The funny thing is, she never put me on hold and she never talked to her supervisor. 10 seconds later she asked me if I sign a new contract if I get this phone free. I said maybe. I asked for more messages (had 400 messages initally as part of the 24.99 unlimited internet + 400 messages). She switched my plan to $20 unlimited internet + $10 unlimited messages and gave me additional $5 off of my montly bill to keep me in the same montly amount. End result: free Sensation, 1000 minutes, unlimited internet (5GB cap which I never go over), myfaves, unlimited messages for roughly $65 after taxes with my military discount (16%). Good day!

    • MSalam11

      Couldn’t get it for free. They were asking for $249.

    • Icewiz

      That’s about as good a deal as I’ve seen.  Only thing is you might have gotten $60 or $70 bill credit (per line instead of the Father’s Day special).  I’m at $77 including my TMO@Home, so great deal on you!

    • http://twitter.com/iDiotGear Rob Daman

      most likely that rep IM’d her supervisor. That way it’s faster to communicate and zero hold time.

      good deal on the free phone. i’m assuming they waved any activation charges.

  • MrT

    You are all naive. What are you going to do with a sensation when the network flips. They have made it clear that the freq will change ASAP. Even if they Keep HSPA your phone wont work. Period.

    So, what are you getting. A better deal for a year or so which is good. BUT they lock you in AND have your money upfront for worthless hardware.

    Wake up! CharlieSheen posted articles from BGR etc showing how you are being played. Why doesnt David sign up and flip his iPhone? Know why? He aint no fool!!!!

    I pity the fool!

    • Icewiz

      Good deal for you then … I got my phone for free, and if they want to keep me they will give me another comparable phone (which I’m sure will be dirt cheap by then) to keep me onboard.  No way the merger goes through without something for the customers, if at all.  No way.

    • ColJack

      Does T-Mobile have any 4G Android phones that will have high speed on the AT&T bands?  Either current or announced?

    • Noel

      There is always SIMPLE MOBILE which accept phones with Tmo 3G and HSPA+ and have unlimited plans for i think 50 or 60 bucks. So ur Sensation can still be used if by some remote chance the buy out is approved. But our hope is the FCC will see how adversely the buy out will affect competition and the 34 million budget conscious Tmo customers who are offered great unlimited rates.

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HGEPMKECQHV4BVIDCEHTQJZV7M CINNALOCKS III

      Mr. T. Did you notice no one bothered to respond…….seems like you are the fool. Is it possible to pity yourself?
      I thought you were dead!!!

  • rc

    Just called Customer Loyalty…they offered me Sensation for 249 with 50 MIR and a 70 credit for first month bill. That sucks.

    • Icewiz

      Call again.  You need to get a rep that has “free S4Gs” available today.  Don’t mention free, but work your way up to it.  Helps to have more than 1 line up for upgrade … early upgrades and you’re lucky to get what you were offered.  $60/line is pretty typical for retention.

      • Guest

        stop your bullshit. They arent giving away free sensations. 
        Besides that if you ask the rep directly if a free sensation is possible they arent going to lie about it if it is infact available. 

        • R M

          Yes, they do.  You just have to get a right rep and have your account in good standing.  I got one for free.  I was out of contract for 6 months or so.  Been with Tmobile since 2009.  At first, standard $249 upgrade, but I said I’m switching to Spring for theie Evo 3D.  Then, she said if I sign a new 2 yr contract she will get me the phone free.  All I had to do is pay $20 in taxes (tax on price of the phone).  They already refunded $249 to my account (had to charge it originally so that I pay taxes on phone).

        • R M

          Yes, they do.  You just have to get a right rep and have your account in good standing.  I got one for free.  I was out of contract for 6 months or so.  Been with Tmobile since 2009.  At first, standard $249 upgrade, but I said I’m switching to Spring for theie Evo 3D.  Then, she said if I sign a new 2 yr contract she will get me the phone free.  All I had to do is pay $20 in taxes (tax on price of the phone).  They already refunded $249 to my account (had to charge it originally so that I pay taxes on phone).

        • renter

          Ya right

        • TweetMo

          Hold on. It seems like one of you is talking about free HTC Sensations while the other is talking about free Samsung Galaxy S’s. Maybe you’re both right :)

        • TweetMo

          Hold on. It seems like one of you is talking about free HTC Sensations while the other is talking about free Samsung Galaxy S’s. Maybe you’re both right :)

  • zain

    can some one tell me the cheapest way to get a sensation and a single line for it. new activation. thanks alot.

    • Icewiz

      Not sure if I’ve seen a free one with new activation yet.  Only way is to call over and over and say you want the 4G and are concerned about investing in a phone with the merger coming… ;-)

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    WHAT IS THE UNLIMITED DATA? is it just 2GB or it is a real unlimited? I got the $20 unlimited data deal but many are saying it is  a 2GB and not unlimited

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IF7HZFDTW72LOM6S25ZCBULDQU T. Doom

       2GB of highspeed/4G data, then once you go over that, there’s no extra charge but it will not be highspeed/4G.

      So unlimited = no overage charges, 2GB = highspeed/4G for the first 2GB

      • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

        so 4g for  2gb and than 3g speed after that?, i used to have the 200mb data, 2gb means 4400 mb right? 3g speed must still be fast, no?

        • R M

          Actually, I believe they will bring you down to 2G or EDGE

        • R M

          Actually, I believe they will bring you down to 2G or EDGE

    • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_IF7HZFDTW72LOM6S25ZCBULDQU T. Doom

       2GB of highspeed/4G data, then once you go over that, there’s no extra charge but it will not be highspeed/4G.

      So unlimited = no overage charges, 2GB = highspeed/4G for the first 2GB

  • Anonymous

    For those reading about the great deals people are getting and and wondering about he or she too getting the same sweet deal, e.g., buy one get one free; low priced 5GB data plans, etc…. The posts in here are the SAME AS THEY ALWAYS HAVE BEEN ON THE SITE. (including calling liars, the people who commented that they got good deals, etc.  In other words, since this site has been around there’s been people saying “I got a sweet deal” followed by people saying “You are a fo-ooking li-ar and bullsheeter.”

    The facts are the same as they have always been.  T-Mobile MAY cut you a sweet deal if any or all of the below factors apply:

    – you are close to your contract ending (say six, and even up to ten, months remaining);

    – you are a long-time customer;

    – you are a good customer (pay bills on time, multiple accounts);

    – you threaten to cancel (and you are good at acting like you mean it);

    – you get the right CSR;

    – you get through to the cancellations or loyalty dept.;

    – you get turned down, hang up, call back and get a different CSR;

    Many people in here posting about the good deal they got are NOT telling you that any or all of the above applied.   That ends up with some people calling them li-ars because they can’t get the same deal. Well duh… maybe, for example, you were not past due on paying the bill six out of the last seven months, T-Mobile might care about keeping your business.

    Anyway, in contrast, T-Mobile will NOT cut you a sweet deal if:

    – you are not willing to do one or all of the above;

    – you get a tough or unyielding CSR;

    – you are a lousy actor;

    – you are a man in name only.

    Keep in mind that there are some people in here who do in fact lie or exaggerate; they will tell you they got a sweet deal when in fact they A) did not even buy a phone; or 2) got an OK deal, but because they like getting attention or being the braggart, they exaggerate on here.

    IMHO, however, most people telling us about sweet deals they got are telling the truth. And they got those deals because they are not men in name only. (And the ladies in here, not to leave them out, are also tough as nails and also know how to do all of the above.)

    Understand now?  Dial 611 and get yourself a sweet deal. If you can’t, then please report back here so we can throw rocks at you.

    Bonus Tip: T-Mobile is desperate to keep people.  Even if you have a year left on your contract, if Loyalty is convinced you are switching to Sprint (be prepared to tell the Dept. the details of the deal you are getting and that it is so good that you are willing to pay T-Mobile’s ETF) T-Mobile will give you the deal you want.

    Bonus Tip: If when calling the next day (to get a different CSR or supervisor) and he says “I see you called us yesterday about this.” Simply respond that you are busy and also was checking with other carriers to see what they could do.

    Warning:  If you just used your upgrade, are new to T-Mobile, have always paid your bill late, or are a small customer (meaning you have the lowest priced plans) IMHO no one at T-Mobile is going to now give you a Sensation for free or close to it.  At best they might give you $50 off full retail. 

    T-Mobile is desperate, but not that desperate, to where they will let people take advantage nor do they treasure lousy, deadbeat customers. 

    Hope this helps. ;)

    • renter

      I personally have a hard time believing that despite your compelling post.

      • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HGEPMKECQHV4BVIDCEHTQJZV7M CINNALOCKS III

        Who cares?

  • http://twitter.com/KARMA773 Karma

    been calling tmobile reps for the past 9 hours, been on hold for over 1 hour on each  calls and still no one  is picking up the call! whats going on?

    • R M

      They might be closed already. It’s Saturday night.

    • R M

      They might be closed already. It’s Saturday night.

  • jaZzyjeff

    I got a free Sensation and a $120 credit on the next bill but since I was upgrading the line to use with a smartphone I had to get a data plan for $15 a month for 200mb. Is that right? I thought the cheapest data plan was $10 a month and I even told her about that but she said that my family plan didn’t qualify for the $10 data plan cuz we are on an older plan with 2000 minutes(4 lines) and at the time that we got the plan the $10 data plan didn’t exist so she said she couldn’t add it. In the end, $15 a month for 24 months is $360, minus the $120 credit comes out to $240 basically for the phone. What do you guys think?

  • CRT24

    The promotion is only good if you are on the new unlimited talk and text plan with data added….if you want to get the credit then you need to call in before midnight and change to it otherwise you will not get the credit.

  • Deff

    I got a Sensation last Wednesday for 190ish. Judging by what people have said, I didn’t miss out that much. Customer Loyalty is a pain in the ass. My mom has been a customer since VS in the 90s, and they never help you out anyway. I swear, you have to go out of YOUR way just to get a nickel off. For the people that got a free Sensation… oooooh its worth the 190. Lucky bastards got cut a break ;). Grats on the success.

    ON a side note, maybe the free Sensations are coming because some Loyalty reps think the company’s going under anyway? Huh? Anyone? No? Meh. Whatever…

  • Deff

    I got a Sensation last Wednesday for 190ish. Judging by what people have said, I didn’t miss out that much. Customer Loyalty is a pain in the ass. My mom has been a customer since VS in the 90s, and they never help you out anyway. I swear, you have to go out of YOUR way just to get a nickel off. For the people that got a free Sensation… oooooh its worth the 190. Lucky bastards got cut a break ;). Grats on the success.

    ON a side note, maybe the free Sensations are coming because some Loyalty reps think the company’s going under anyway? Huh? Anyone? No? Meh. Whatever…

    • renter

      Why give away free phones when you have 6 BILLION coming if the sale doesn’t go through!

    • Kife0301

      Same here but I bought two for similiar price,I honestly think alot of people claiming to get free sensations are not being truthfull, it doesn’t make economic sense, I tried cs and had a similiar expericence so I wouldn’t take what they say on the message boards

    • MBS

      Business is business, take a look around at AT&T, Verizon and Sprint, it’s great to be a long time customer, but if you honestly believe that they’re going to be better for you AFTER they’ve gotten you in the door?  It’s just not happening.

      Customer Loyalty isn’t there just so you can try and get better deals, they’re there to try and retain the custoemrs who are seriously thinking about leaving

  • Anonymous

    Hi I’ve got a question.  Several days ago I got a text saying I could lower my bill on some unlimited call and data deal.  I was interested so I called.  I have 1000 min family plan with four phones, one of which is mytouch 3g which originally cost around 150 each month.  The customer service rep. on the phone said she could get us to pay 140 monthly for two phones with unlimited minutes and two phones with unlimited data (we could pick any line to have the service) if we renewed contract for 2 years.  I thought this was a steal considering we paid more without the perks.  I asked her if there was any downside to switching our plan and she said none so I agreed and extended.

    I then looked online to see if the changes were made and noticed that the “unlimited” she was talking about had a 2 gb cap.  I need more than that because I plan on buying the Sensation and using it for 3 hour work commute daily.  I feel like I was lied to and there was no way I could’ve read the fine print because it was by way of phone.  Is there a chance I could cancel this contract without paying the ETF and revert back to our old plan so I can wait for our original contracts to have expired in a couple of months?FYI, we’ve been customers since VoiceStream so I don’t know if that plays into this whole loyalty thing.  I’m also worried that the 140 plan I signed was the Even More talk+text+data 2gb plan and she didn’t account for the two extra line so in actuality we’d be paying 160.  Tried checking but it won’t let me online.  Definitely learned lesson; will do research before I call and electronically sign anything from now on.  Apologies for long post and thanks in advance :-)

    • CRT24

      If the 1000 minutes was working for you before then swithch to the new 1000 minute plan with 5 gigs of data for you and either 2 gigs or 200 meg for the other line then that would make your plan cost either 150.00 or 140.00. Keep in mind though that since you went to unlimited you are going to get a 10.00 bill credit on each data line for 12 months since you signed up for the unlimited plan so you will be at 140.00 for 12 months anyway. It sounds like you only had one data line before so you can also keep the new unlimited plan and just have the 5 gig data on your line and that will make your bill 150.00 but you still get the 10.00 credit for 12 months so it will be 140.00 for 12 months anyway and you have unlimited minutes

    • Alin

      I do know that with Tmobile, if you are not comfortable with the plan that they put you an, you can call them and they will revert you back to what you had,, if the agent that you talk to says that you cannot,, then you can request to speak to a supervisor and explain the situation and they will revert it back for you,, just as long as you call back within a reasonable amount of time,, like one or two days,, I have done this and they are very good about it,,

      • MBS

        I’m sorry, but you’re incorrect, as a recently former employee, if you agree to the new plan and agree to 2yr contract, you may be able to be reverted back to old rate plan, but the 2yr conract would remain valid, there is no “buyer’s remorse” for a Rate Plan change, and the Rate Plans are readily available to view online

        • Alin

          I am just letting MagikJooJoo know exactly what my experience was with regards to his issue. I am not incorrect as to how customer service handled my situation. They happily reverted me back as well as reverted me back to being out of contract, I did not have to stay on the 2yr contract because I did not stay on the new plan that was reverted back. Perhaps you, as a recently former employee did not or were not allowed to do that ,, but that was not my situation.

        • Happy Camper

          I just got off the line with customer loyalty & was rolled back to a grandfathered plan I had switched about 4-5 months ago & was told since I rolled back to my previous plan & that I was off contract, as I had been at the time prior to my plan change. They asked me what they could do to get me back on contract & I joked about not letting the merger go through or giving me a great deal on the Sensation (which I was going to get anyway) they couldn’t do anything to get me to sign back up. The rep said he couldn’t do anything about the merger & I ended up getting my Sensation for $175.00 plus a $75.00 credit on my phone bill. No lie. I’m a happy camper.

          They really do roll back plans & contracts, even grandfathered ones. Just be nice & tell them what rock stars they are! ; D

        • Happy Camper

          I just got off the line with customer loyalty & was rolled back to a grandfathered plan I had switched about 4-5 months ago & was told since I rolled back to my previous plan & that I was off contract, as I had been at the time prior to my plan change. They asked me what they could do to get me back on contract & I joked about not letting the merger go through or giving me a great deal on the Sensation (which I was going to get anyway) they couldn’t do anything to get me to sign back up. The rep said he couldn’t do anything about the merger & I ended up getting my Sensation for $175.00 plus a $75.00 credit on my phone bill. No lie. I’m a happy camper.

          They really do roll back plans & contracts, even grandfathered ones. Just be nice & tell them what rock stars they are! ; D

    • Anonymous

      Just got off the phone with t-mobile, and the new customer rep said we’d be paying 170, which is not what I signed up for.  They’re willing to change up our plan but it would be 148 without unlimited minutes.  The rep said we can revert back to old plan but two year contract will still hold.  This is bad.

    • Anonymous

      Just got off the phone with t-mobile, and the new customer rep said we’d be paying 170, which is not what I signed up for.  They’re willing to change up our plan but it would be 148 without unlimited minutes.  The rep said we can revert back to old plan but two year contract will still hold.  This is bad.

    • Anonymous

      Just got off the phone with t-mobile, and the new customer rep said we’d be paying 170, which is not what I signed up for.  They’re willing to change up our plan but it would be 148 without unlimited minutes.  The rep said we can revert back to old plan but two year contract will still hold.  This is bad.

    • Thetmobileguy

      your web was always caped at 5GB….. if you pay 10 dollars more you’ll get the 5GB of web, in which is a pretty good amount of web usage.

  • matt

    I upgraded my only line to the sensation during the sale with customer service. They switched me to the android preferred internet for 20 and gave me a free month of service. Good deal?

  • Kife0301

    Congrats to all those who got a great deal, although I have my doubts about many of these (doesn’t make economic sense and surprise people on message boards don’t always tell the truth or exagerate) it’s still nice to see tmobile trying to retain customers

  • Baker271974

    I took advantage of this sale. We (my fiance and I) went into our closest corporate store and switched our even more plus off contract plan with 750 mins to share, and data and text only on my line, to an unlimited talk text 2Gb data plan. As far as cost per month, the price between what I was paying off contract, and now on contract is roughly the same. Where I did benefit, was gaining unlimited minutes, and having 2 smartphones instead of one. The gentleman that helped us, started our contract as new instead of upgrades, and price matched to wal mart, and still gave us a $50 rebate (we picked up 2 htc sensation 4Gs). After rebate, the phones were $100 each, so it was a no brainer. Now that we have unlimited, we can get rid of our land line, and save even more. I know a lot of people would have preferred the bogo handset deal like last year, but this deal really worked out for us. My fiance, believe it or not, got his first smartphone only yesterday. I would say he is pretty lucky to have his first taste of android be gingerbread. I however, upgraded from a moto cliq, (that was driving me batty with all of its issues), so my upgrade wasn’t so substantial, although I am very happy.

  • Baker271974

    I took advantage of this sale. We (my fiance and I) went into our closest corporate store and switched our even more plus off contract plan with 750 mins to share, and data and text only on my line, to an unlimited talk text 2Gb data plan. As far as cost per month, the price between what I was paying off contract, and now on contract is roughly the same. Where I did benefit, was gaining unlimited minutes, and having 2 smartphones instead of one. The gentleman that helped us, started our contract as new instead of upgrades, and price matched to wal mart, and still gave us a $50 rebate (we picked up 2 htc sensation 4Gs). After rebate, the phones were $100 each, so it was a no brainer. Now that we have unlimited, we can get rid of our land line, and save even more. I know a lot of people would have preferred the bogo handset deal like last year, but this deal really worked out for us. My fiance, believe it or not, got his first smartphone only yesterday. I would say he is pretty lucky to have his first taste of android be gingerbread. I however, upgraded from a moto cliq, (that was driving me batty with all of its issues), so my upgrade wasn’t so substantial, although I am very happy.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_HGEPMKECQHV4BVIDCEHTQJZV7M CINNALOCKS III

    Actually that is incorrect…they are cheaper at cellhub.com