T-Mobile’s Value Plan Promotion For Saturday September 24th

On September 24th T-Mobile will celebrate its new Value Plan with a one-day promotion that allows customers a chance at T-Mobile’s newest handsets for a down payment of $99.99 or less after mail-in rebate. You can pick up an HTC Sensation 4G, myTouch 4G Slide, Blackberry Bold 9900 or a T-Mobile G-Slate when paired with a Value Plan with 2Gb of data or higher on a two year agreement. Every smartphone, tablet and mobile broadband product will be included in this promotion with down payments running from $0 to $99.99 after a mail-in rebate card and an Equipment Installment Plan. The good news, this deal works for both new AND existing customers!

Check out this T-Mobile link for more details and hit the press release below for ALL the info you could want!

 

Full Press Release:

T-Mobile Continues to Celebrate Value by Discounting All Smartphones and Tablets During a One-Day, In-Store Special Promotion

On Sept. 24, T-Mobile will hold the “Yes, Every Smartphone Is on Sale, Sale” during which all data- and feature-rich devices can be purchased for $99.99 down or less

BELLEVUE, Wash. — Sept. 20, 2011 — On Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011, T-Mobile USA, Inc. will continue to celebrate its new Value plans with a one-day promotion allowing consumers to purchase any smartphone, tablet or mobile broadband device on any of the company’s Unlimited Value™ plans with 2GB or higher of full-speed data, on a two-year agreement, for a down payment of $99.99 or less, after mail-in rebate card, at T-Mobile retail locations nationwide.

New and existing customers will be able to purchase T-Mobile’s newest devices, including the HTC Sensation™ 4G, T-Mobile® myTouch® 4G Slide, BlackBerry® Bold™ 9900 and T-Mobile® G-Slate™ with Google™, for a down payment of $99.99 or less, after mail-in rebate card, when paired with any of T-Mobile’s new qualifying Value plans with unlimited data — including the unlimited talk, text and data family plan for $49.99 per month for each of two lines. Every smartphone, tablet and mobile broadband product T-Mobile offers will be included in the promotion and will range in price with a down payment between $0 and $99.99, after a mail-in rebate card, on an Equipment Installment Plan.1

“T-Mobile is committed to making 4G affordable with the latest wireless mobile Internet services and devices that fit within every budget, all on America’s Largest 4G Network,” said John Clelland, senior vice president of marketing, T-Mobile USA. “We continue to look for ways to help consumers step up to data. Our one-day, in-store promotion will make it easier for customers to get greater savings by making all of our smartphones, tablets and mobile broadband devices available with minimal cost upfront.”

In July, T-Mobile launched its featured Value plan, with unlimited talk, unlimited text and unlimited data — with 2 GB of high-speed data — for just $49.99 per line for two lines.

The following is a sample list of some of the exceptional devices available through the promotion at participating retail locations nationwide:

More information about T-Mobile’s new unlimited Value plans and the “Yes, Every Smartphone Is on Sale, Sale” is available at http://deals.t-mobile.com/phone-deals. Phone promotion may not be combined with other offers.

 

T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network not available everywhere. See coverage details at T-Mobile.com.

 

1Equipment Installment Plans: On Approved Credit and 0% APR. Down payment & unfinanced portion required at purchase. Remaining balance paid in 20 monthly installments. Total post-rebate price of each device equals down payment amount plus monthly payment amount times 20.  

 

About T-Mobile USA, Inc.

 

Based in Bellevue, Wash., T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless operation of Deutsche Telekom AG (OTCQX: DTEGY). By the end of the second quarter of 2011, approximately 128 million mobile customers were served by the mobile communication segments of the Deutsche Telekom group — 33.6 million by T-Mobile USA — all via a common technology platform based on GSM and UMTS and additionally HSPA+ 21/HSPA+ 42. 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.

 

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  • Daddym469

    PLEASE READ ALL, LET IT SOAK IN, AND I DON’T WORK FRO T MOBILE!!!
    ANYONE CONSIDERING THIS, ” SO CALLED DEAL”, PLEASE READ!!!!First and foremost if you are not currently on the value plan or “credit worthy”, here is the real deal!I am presently a new value customer in the north Texas market. In my example here, I want to share this with those not familiar with the Value plan and how it would relate with this” big sale.”#1. Let’s say you want a Sensation 4G. The current price before Saturday on a value plan is, $499.99.Yes, I am correct because all phones on the value plan must be purchased at full retail price.Anyone on the value plan was or should be a former Even more plus customer, who was forced on to this plan based on the math. Value plans and features are hard to beat for a contract agreement.So like so many, I was baited in with some regret at this point, but two years is two years…#2. All value plans include a line of credit that will vary based on number of lines and account history.That line of credit is call EIP or Equipment Installment Plan.#3, Your great deal this Saturday will include a whole list of things not clearly stated in this ad. So please allow me to clear up the small print. First and foremost your primary interest here should be comparing present pricing with Saturday. Depending on the device you want the deal or saving will vary. Oddly, The retail price of the Sensation will be the same saturday as it’s current price.Saturday is hardly a deal once you realize what you’re in for. The crime is instead of reducing the retail price and offer you the cash off upfront, YOUR DEAL WILL ONLY COME TO LIFE VIA REBATE!!!!I CALLED CUSTOMER CARE AND THEY CONFIRMED THAT HORRIBLE TRICKY UNSTABLE REBATE WILL BE DUE AT THE POINT OF SALE. SO THAT SENSATION WILL COST YOU $199.99 JUST LIKE IT WOULD NOW! For even more trickery There no mention of the FACT THAT THE EIP PROGRAM IS ONLY ALLOWED TO FINANCE UP TO $300.00 OF ANY COMPATIBLE DEVICE.THE DEAL LIES IN THE NOTION YOU DON’T MIND WAITING TWO MONTHS TO MAYBE GET THE REBATE CHECK BACK…THATS NO DEAL!!#4. PLUS AT POS, YOU WILL BE PAYING LOCAL TAX FOR THE 499.99,(FOR ME)  THAT’S $41.25So to get that Sensation on Saturday i would have to pay, the 99.99 down, plus cover the rebate for another $100, then add on the 41.25 sales tax! Unreal! That’s $241.25 upfront with a chance to get a $100 of that back totally at the mercy of the rebate center, and they will be doing whatever they can to attempt to void the rebate the entire time you will be waiting for it! Rebates are horrible because they are designed to increase sales and lure the customer in a waiting game.So, assuming the rebate process works out you got the phone for 141.25……Ughhh no!Remember you will be paying out the unmentioned $300.for the next 20 months, So that’s $441.25 if you actually get the rebate. Requiring the rebate makes Saturday a real scam to increase revenue.Essentially, everything this company has implemented since ATT entered the picture has been totally self serving to to keep as many of us fools seeking a deal on the hit list. They’ve changes rate plans, switched billing due dates, made data use accountable for any smart device for those cases where someone accidentally gets on the web and wants a credit back for it…..They have done all of this self serving crap at the direction of Att and T and I regret staying on with this company. They manage to do everything but offer a better range and pricing structure for these phones. So do your own math because there are other phones that do actually come out lower if done saturday, but with the rebate involved it’s all a scam, Hope I helped someone out there.

  • Daddym469

    Your perspective is rooted in a single line of service. The sales saturday is all about the value rate plan. I am not saying the value plan is bad. It’s the way the brought these deals to the masses…..Requiring a contract keeps u locked in….prepaid pricing is only a deal if you are single. The beauty of the value plan is the pricing for both single and family customers and t mobile prepaid has existed for some years now BUDDY…IT’S ALL ABOUT WHAT YOU WANT AND ARE WILLING TO PAY. WERE ALL GETTING SCREWED ANY WAY!

  • Fluffybob474

    asds

  • Fluffybob474

    ok so what does this promotion mean to customers who are already in contracts? can we get out of the contract to get new phones and plan? it says that this proomotion is good for existing customers as well. i have finished 11 months of my 2 year contract. anu help will be appreciated. thanks.

    • firebird8

      If you have more than 6 months left on your contract, you are not eligible.

  • Tbyrne

    Listen! You just stated “don’t expect me to belittle….those who disagree with me”. You have belittled me with derogatory words which I won’t repeat. You my sir are a hypocrite.

    • TheWayOfThings

      I said I wouldn’t belittle the sentence structure of those who I disagree with. I never said I wouldn’t respond in kind to those who insult me… j

    • TheWayOfThings

      You really need to learn how to read, especially if you’re going to give grammar lessons.

    • TheWayOfThings

      You really need to learn how to read, especially if you’re going to give grammar lessons.

  • Ajbenitez10

    so im confused still… whats the best thing to then?

    • Ajbenitez10

      so im confused still… whats the best thing to do then?

  • Jaydee

    This is only for value plans, no classic plans? If the Sensation is $99 down payment, how much is it in total, retail price?

  • Jaydee

    This is only for value plans, no classic plans? If the Sensation is $99 down payment, how much is it in total, retail price?

  • Jaydee

    This is only for value plans, no classic plans? If the Sensation is $99 down payment, how much is it in total, retail price?

  • josue cifuentes

    so for me to move to this “value” plan i have to pay a $200 migration fee, really i been with tmo for 5years this is ridiculous…and i have to finance a phone on top of that no thanks

  • Joe G

    AGAIN  this is bull sh**. of course i dont qualify. i have to be on that new $50 value plan. FAIL.

  • Anonymous

    Oh for crying out loud!? Why can’t thre just for once be a head line with the title “Senior cellphone special”, and let it be prepaid, and have nationwide coverage. It’s not that I’m unhappy with my SVC tracfone, or the plan (which I don’t really expect to beat, I just do wish there were some more options out there for small timers who aren’t interested in smart phones, and unlimited plans.

  • Sean

    So one way to beat the system would be to get the value plan with the cheapest phone they have (I believe its $59.99) take advantage of the low monthly payments. Then go out and buy a phone of your choice on craigslist/ebay and not pay full retail price…I dont see a reason why that wouldn’t work correct me if im wrong.