It’s Saturday And The “Yes, Everyone Smartphone Is On Sale, Sale” Happens Today

That’s right it’s Saturday and that means you should be heading down to your local T-Mobile store to learn all about their Value-plan sale, sale. We’ve broken the sale down, given you a guest post, showed you the prices and now it’s your turn to decide if this deal is right for you. But wait, this is a one day only event so don’t sit around and think about it, just head on down to your local store and learn all about T-Mobile’s Value plans and see if they save you money!

Before you shrug off today’s sale take a look at the list below and refresh your mind with pricing and required equipment installment plans for your desired smartphone or tablet. Perhaps another look will help you see a deal or we can always wait and see what T-Mobile cooks up over the holidays.

At the very least, you can take advantage of the buy two, get one accessory free sale.

  • Alex

    BB if you are on the Classic Plan that means  you are on a plan that has NO CONTRACT… All you had to do was switch to the Value Plan with 2 year contract, pay around $20 less each month and be eligible to purchase a phone on this sale (the monthly installment payment after $99 down is $15 and it would’ve still been $5 cheaper every month than being on the classic plan) 

  • ItsMichaelNotMike

    This does not seem like that big a deal, especially considering that this has mail-in rebates, which polling and studies indicate most people hate nowadays. (Personally, I steer clear of any deals where there’s mail-in rebates. I don’t like jumping through all the hoops, having to scan or copy everything I send in, and having to keep on the lookout for the next six weeks to two months).

    And I don’t like T-Mobile’s rebates. About three years ago I signed up for that At-Home service or whatever it was called. The deal required I pay $75 for the router, but would get a $75 rebate. I mailed it in, did everything per the book, T-Mobile sent me a post card saying I was not entitled to the rebate.

    I was too busy so I didn’t chase it down, but T-Mobile had sent me the rebate form AND the CSR said I was entitled to a rebate. I figured T-Mobile was just scamming people like a lot of companies do with rebates.

    • phoneguy8

      Tmobile uses an outside company, as do all companies, for mail in rebates.  tmobile didnt scam you out of anything.  now, their rebate company is notorious for sending an initial decline letter that once you call and ask why, they “fix” things right away and get a check sent out to you.  it seems like they play a game on how many people will just let it go.

  • Anonymous

    is that right buddy????????? cheaper one?

  • Magmaspawn

    worthless post. you made it at 8 pm est which is the time (pst)  samson rolls over next day and can’t honor any offers of this day. Bad David! Bad

    • Magmaspawn

      remove this

    • http://tmonews.com David

      I don’t understand why I am bad? We’ve posted about this sale almost every day the week leading up to the sale. What else could we do? I wish I understand what you were saying.

  • Paul N Mavini

    Picked up a Sensation, two MyTouch 4g’s, and an HD7 for the family Saturday.  Even with the phone financing, I’ve lopped about $25/mo off my previous bill and added the 2gig data to 3 of the lines (the fourth already had it).  Gotta say the out-of-pocket on this was a little painful :)

    Yeah I know, the phones will be obsolete in a couple of years, but I replaced 2 MyTouch 3g’s and two Samsung Gravity’s, so I’m pretty happy.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      Wow… that’s a lot of phones at one time. I hope you told everyone that this is their Christmas in September. :)

      How exciting though, everyone to get all these hot phones. I can’t imagine what it is like to basically take home to play with the top phones T-Mobile sells.

      So being the one who had to pay for this phone fest, which phone did you get? I suspect the Sensation.

      Bonus Tip: You can lessen the pain to your wallet by selling the old handsets on eBay. You have about $300+ there.

      • Paul N Mavini

        Yeah, the Sensation is mine.  I like a real keyboard, but went with the big screen and thin pocket profile.

    • ItsMichaelNotMike

      Wow… that’s a lot of phones at one time. I hope you told everyone that this is their Christmas in September. :)

      How exciting though, everyone to get all these hot phones. I can’t imagine what it is like to basically take home to play with the top phones T-Mobile sells.

      So being the one who had to pay for this phone fest, which phone did you get? I suspect the Sensation.

      Bonus Tip: You can lessen the pain to your wallet by selling the old handsets on eBay. You have about $300+ there.