“Yes, Every Phone Is On Sale, Sale” Requirements, Pricing

If you’re eye-balling Saturday’s “Yes, everyone phone is on sale, sale” then there at least a few things you should know before you head out to your local T-Mobile store. First and foremost this deal only works at corporate owned retail stores, telesales and general customer care. This deal is for new activations, add-a-lines and upgrading customers with 18 months or more contract tenure including FlexPay migrations, existing customers not on contract including Even More Plus customers and small business customers on the small business unlimited value rate plan.

As an example of how this deal will work, a customer will purchase an HTC Sensation 4G for $199 down payment with an EIP of $15 per month for 20 months. After the $100 mail-in-rebate the net down payment is only $99.99.

The list below indicates what rate plan customers must be on in order to qualify for specific discounts on handsets. You can see each handset is listed with the out of pocket pricing, mail-in-rebate, net down payment after mail-in-rebate and the monthly EIP expense.

Take a look at your phone of choice on the spreadsheet below to understanding what kind of pricing you are looking at. Happy sale day Saturday!

Want a full breakdown on how Value plans work? Read our guest post breaking down Value plans and their “value!”


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  • firebird8

    Often have to fax the incorporation papers and tax id documents to the business credit department. It is a good deal – but small business doesn’t get installment plans so you would have to pay full price for the phone up front, not over time.

  • Ross

    I was wondering same thing.  I emailed their rep and a month has gone by with no response.  There must be something you have to send to prove – otherwise everyone would get it.

  • Ross

    They should make the sale price obvious.  This is what you pay today – this is what you pay tomorrow- so today you  are saving $X…That would help clear things up for many people

  • Ross

    They should make the sale price obvious.  This is what you pay today – this is what you pay tomorrow- so today you  are saving $X…That would help clear things up for many people

  • Ahfqoegx

    Judy Salas from t-mobile is a bitch she is the number one reason I will never use t-mobile again! Nothing positive to say about them after talking to that hoe bag