Full Price Breakdown On All T-Mobile 4G Devices For Upcoming Father’s Day Sale

Looking for a complete price breakdown for T-Mobile’s upcoming Father’s Day sale? We’ve got you covered as every device T-Mobile will have on sale, be it for Classic or Value plans is covered in this document which just landed in our inbox. You’ll find the upfront cost on both Classic and Value rate plans, along with your anticipated rebate and net cost of $0.00 after rebate. It’s pretty simple actually, what’s not simple is deciding which smartphone you’ll be going for. Unless of course you’re holding out for the Galaxy Note or Galaxy S III, then it’s a really easy decision.

For those of you looking at the HTC One S, or recently updated Galaxy S II, they are both available for free after mail-in rebates and that’s one deal you can’t pass up. Check out the full price breakdown in the image below.

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  • vsukid

    I am just upset that T-Mobile claims to still have “No” Information on SIII prices. I think its a tad ridiculous especially since the 21st is next week. This phone is major and they should really be on top of promotions sales and everything dealing with this phone. Am I being demanding ?? What do you guys think. P.S. These sales are awesome :)

    • Dumbazz

      this goes back to the old adage of if you have to ask about price….

      • Ehook68

        I can afford it. But I am curious about the price. DONT BE A REAL DUMBASS

        • beyondfrustratedwithmagenta

          Agreed. God forbid anyone criticize Tmo on this site. They keep making marketing mistakes & mistreating longterm customers & it does nobody anygood to put ur head in the sand. Hundreds of thousands of customers have left for 14 consecutive quarters. We can be civil. Tmo execs might learn something if they read more comments & forums

        • beyondfrustratedwithmagenta

          Agreed. God forbid anyone criticize Tmo on this site. They keep making marketing mistakes & mistreating longterm customers & it does nobody anygood to put ur head in the sand. Hundreds of thousands of customers have left for 14 consecutive quarters. We can be civil. Tmo execs might learn something if they read more comments & forums

    • predation

      they will probably release pricing after this weekend. 

    • GwapoAko

      Guessing it will be $199.99 (16GB) and $299 (32 GB) for Classic Plan

      $599 (16GB) and $699 (32GB) for Value Plan

      • beyondfrustratedwithmagenta

        Theyre still selling sg2 for 229; every other carrier has announced ag3 at 199 & is preordering it. Tmo needs to do something to stand out; better nit be gigher priced..Should have limited Magenta version for diehards; ironically att has a vzcolored red

      • beyondfrustratedwithmagenta

        Theyre still selling sg2 for 229; every other carrier has announced ag3 at 199 & is preordering it. Tmo needs to do something to stand out; better nit be gigher priced..Should have limited Magenta version for diehards; ironically att has a vzcolored red

    • ToInfinitynBeyond

      T-Mobile probably doesn’t want to release any pricing on the GSIII until after Father’s Day sale.  By doing so, they can get rid off their current inventory on all these old phones.  Otherwise, people might hold on to their money and spent them on the GSIII and T-Mobile stuck with all these old inventories.

      • exeot

        No, the problem is that tmobile is now used to selling very high end phones(like the gs2 when it came out) for upwards of $300 with a 2 year contract. Now that the other carriers are selling it for $200, it nearly forces tmobile to surrender those extra profits. I fell like they are contemplating the best way to have better profit margins. So, at best, we will probably see it going for $200 after some rebate(at least $50). Better for me anyway!

        • http://twitter.com/JiggaC24 Jawon Chance

          ^^^^^^ I have been thinking the very same thing. The only carrier with no pricing info yet. the GSII is still selling for $299.99 while it is less on the other carriers. I think they are kinda backed into a corner because they know if the price point is too high people will just go to another carrier to get it.

        • BM1

          AT&T is offering the Galaxy S3 for only $150 through Amazon Wireless & Target Mobile (existing customer/upgrade) along with the Galaxy S2 for $9.99 (new customers).  I understand that T-Mobile might not be in a similar position financially to give such great deals on phones like AT&T or the other carriers, however T-Mobile could do much better than this bogus Father’s Day Promotion.

    • Rayn1328

      The day after everyone gets their fathers day sale they will announce the pricing for the s3 .

  • Lucy

    how many months is the EIP based upon for the value plan?

    • Jaygqitalia

      20. I am about to be on month 3 and still havent gotten my first bill yet. Probably this months bill

  • Jaygqitalia

    Um am I the only one who caught the galaxy S3 price 

    • Rensman

       Maybe.  What is it?

      • Jaygqitalia

        Says 300 classic on that form. I cant be the only one who sees it on the bottom. I thought it said galaxy s II , but there is deff III

        • Jaygqitalia

          either that or my eyes are bugging out

        • GwapoAko

          Looks like S III hehehe :0)

        • http://tmonews.com David

          It isn’t, it’s the Galaxy S II.

    • secano

      Not sure if trolling…

    • Mattcat03

      I don’t why they would put SGIII there but I do see it also.

    • Mattcat03

      I double checked. I’m mistaken it is for the SGII not SGIII. 

      • http://tmonews.com David

        It is the Galaxy S II.

  • Dumbazz

    3..2..1 que the cry babies who think they deserve a free phone after only 12 months since getting there last phone. I guess living up to your end of your agreement isn’t popular with some of the whiners

  • Dumbazz

    and only people who can’t afford or shouldn’t be spending their money on a phone will complain about the rebate, pricing, etc cetera

    • Herb

       True. Sad that at my store it’s every customer.

    • Herb

       True. Sad that at my store it’s every customer.

    • HeReallyisDumb

      Flawed logic bc if the price is right then these people you speak of can thus then afford the device. And with T-Mobile good rate plans / affordability can be achieved. Hence the interest (sometimes unrealistic interest) dumbass. You really are dumb.

  • in2android

    I’ve got one upgrade out of my 4 lines, & my next one isn’t until August of next year. I appreciate Tmo bringing all of these sales,but I’ve been holding this one for the gs3! I’ll pay up to $300 for it myself. I know that in the long run I’ll save a lot more money then paying 199 & outrageous monthly bills to any other carrier! I will say I’ve been a little concerned as to why the sudden increase in upgrade prices from tmo? When I check my upgrade on tmo.com t says 279 for the gs2, 199 for HTC mytouch slide, and not even a discount on the amaze, its still 449? Why the hell would it not be discounted? This is a full upgrade too… I’m a 10 1/2 yr customer and I’m surely not going anywhere since my grandfathered plans are absolutely unbeatable by any other competitor.I know that the upgrade prices are negligable when you save on the monthly fees in the long run, but I long for the 199 price point for premium handsets again!Im forever a fan though T-Mobile! And I guess your okay too David,lol!

    • Kyzecyte0405

      t-mobile wont give any discounts to renew upgrades that’s why im buying my new cellphones at Costco or target or Walt mart you get the same price for renew and new lines for example when one s came out Costco was selling it for 189 no rebate renew and my price with t mobile until today is 280plus tax and reactivation fee. when the sensation came out i bought it at target for 115 with tax so, just look in the the other stores they give you better prices at least with target and Costco not Walt mart nor best buy 

  • TBN27

    Rebates suck! They are just bait to buy. If a store has something on sale through rebate, i avoid it and just go and buy what I want that is actually on sale somehwere else that doesn’t push rebates. In this case i would just ignore the rebate and just pay for the phone for i would be really vexed that 8 weeks later get a letter saying i won’t get back money.

  • Slang

    Rebates only suck if 1. You forget to fill out the rebate form and send it in.  2. You can’t afford to front the money and wait.

    • Vim

      There’s also the sales tax that people in many areas have to pay.  In some areas it can go up to 10% of the pre-rebate price. 

      The $100 price inflation over the regular price is annoying, not just for the extra sales tax, but also because you’re screwed if they reject your rebate.

      Filling out the paperwork and mailing it in, possibly paying for certified mail, plus keeping an extra copy just in case the postal service or the receiving department loses it, is a pain in the backside.

      Rebates are especially annoying when they don’t go smoothly and you get rejected due to a mistake by the T-Mobile rep who handled your order.  Then you have to call back and jump from department to department to get it fixed.  It happened to me 4 months ago when I took advantage of the Valentine’s Day rebate.  In the end it was resolved to my satisfaction, but I had to spend a good hour on the phone either on hold, or talking to reps from both the group handling the rebate for T-Mobile and retentions/loyalty. 

    • http://twitter.com/TroyAG1 Troy G

       You forgot 3. They deny it.(Happens more than you think)

  • Josephnallen

    Whats the difference between a Classic and Value plan?

    • Yourpops

      google it

      • None

        Bing

      • None

        Bing

    • Yourpops

      google it

  • Josephnallen

    I returned a phone that I upgraded at best buy. Its been a few days now and best buy called customer care to report the return. My account however doesnt show I’m eligible for an upgrade now and customer care gives me mixed answers. Can a corporate location do the upgrade?

    • yourmom

       best buy is the ONLY ones that can reset your upgrade tenure.  most of the time authorized dealers are too lazy and just blame Tmobile

      • Tmorep

        I agree

        • Henry

          I don’t think that’s true.  Things are complicated since tmobile is no longer carried in their stores.  The best buy mobile process is to call the tmobile number they have (on their own personal cell phones which is ghetto enough) and ask a tmobile rep to reset the upgrade eligiblity. I’ve gone to the store numerous times to have this done and it hasn’t done anything and I’ve been told they can’t reset the upgrade since they don’t know if the phone is really returned and they aren’t connected to best buy’s system.  And one rep told me to go to a tmobile store with my return receipt to prove I returned the phone but that didn’t do anything either. And the manager was confused and useless as well telling me I can only upgrade through customer care and maybe another store manager would overide the price for me but he personally won’t.  After my third visit to best buy, the “mobile manager” told me this is something i have to handle on my own.  Such great customer service from both sides right?

    • Tmorep

      No. Im sorry to say you are not eligible anymore. The employee that helps you will not get credit for the upgrade so they will not do it

    • Tmorep

      No. Im sorry to say you are not eligible anymore. The employee that helps you will not get credit for the upgrade so they will not do it

    • Jdel52

      call customer today or tomorrow before promotion days and they’ll reset it talk manager theyll do it

    • Jdel52

      call customer today or tomorrow before promotion days and they’ll reset it talk manager theyll do it

    • Henry

      I did the same thing around march and ive been to best buy numerous times n they once told me to call tmobile myself n theyve sent me to the store. Ive been getting the runaround. I hate tmobile. They told me now i can only update by calling customer care cuz they cant reset my upgrade eligiblity. Stupid best buy employees didnt even know that. Nightmare of a process.

      • http://www.twitter.com/Wicked_1 Wicked1

        That’s why I don’t buy from third party retailers, always get my phones from TMobile, because when doing upgrades it’s a nightmare to get it reversed, it you return the phone, and want your upgrade back

  • Nik

    What a rip off. Just get the Galaxy Nexus from Google Play store at $399. Will save you lots of money and pretty much get you a new phone every year instead of just being conned into forking over extra cash (they are just shifting the cost around to make it sound good). Also for some pairing it with $30 prepaid tmobile plan (5gb 4g data unlimited txt and 100 min) will save you lots of money.

  • Nick C

    My sister changed to a value plan last September. Her HD2 actually just stopped working a week ago. She is obviously in the market for a new phone and is thinking of getting the One S. Neither one of us are very educated on the upgrade process for value plan users. Is there a time frame when she can upgrade? If she tried this weekend how much would it cost her up front, anything over time? What is an EIP? Thanks for any help!

    • chum lee

       EIP is “Equipment Installment Plan”. On Value, you officially pay full price for the phone, in exchange for a lower rate plan. You can, at any time, get a new phone. With Value, you merely put a down payment, and the rest of the phone is payed over time on your bill. Just for example, an HTC One S is $600. You pay $200 upfront, and $20 a month for 20 months. Value will always save you money, if for nothing else than the last 4 months of the contract where you no longer have to pay EIP.

      • Nik

        Like I said, before these sales are a joke they are not really sales. A complete rip off. $600 for HTC one S you can buy it unlocked at Expansys for $564, along with a multitude of other phones for less. Their might be cheaper options elsewhere just got to research.

        • Jay

          Some people don’t have $564 + taxes for a phone upfront. Its great what T-Mo does for their customers giving them a way to take home a phone and not be charged interest on the remaining payments.

        • Rock

          Yes, correct IF you were paying full price. $600 – 200 = $400 net cost after rebate on a cheaper rate plan. Plus, you are saving money on the plan.

  • Beefedup

    If rebates didn’t exist their would be a lot more fraudulent accounts activated. They exist because of what others have done in the past and unfortunately we all pay the cost. Those customers that are serious about satur staying with a company shouldn’t mind paying and waiting for a rebate. Just my opinion. Before anyone says anything about reps being better at detecting fraud it’s not always easy because people are using their their info and just don’t care about their credit it’s not like they’re just activating with fake infero now. So rebates exist try and stop fraud. Again my opinion but I think it makes sense.

    • Xavier

       makes sense…but it doesn’t stop fraud either.  sucks indeed

      • in2android

        I’d say it cuts it to a minimal percentage.A criminal.all of that low level isn’t going to part w/ 2 or 3 hundred dollars. He she may not even have that much money. There are petty idiots who would do it left & right if it didn’t cost their own cash up front.

  • Xavier

    sorry dumb question….upgrades able to get this deal too right?

  • tommy

    How hard is it to switch between two phones on the same line, with T-Mobile?
    I am thinking of buying 2 phones (on a 4 line value plan) but I am not sure whether the 2nd will be wanted. If you switch phones on a line to you have to pay a fee? I assume it’s in the SIM card, only 1 SIM card per line at a time, and if the two phones have incompatible SIM cards, you’re sunk.
    I assume I can get 2 rebates, and EIP for one of them.

    • in2android

      Its as simple as pulling the sim from one phone & placing it in another. Absolutely no fees, welcome to GSM carriers, that only happens w/ the cdma BS. If the Sims are different, such as sim & micro sim, there are adaptors sold on eBay to make micro Sims fit in full sim slots.

      • Brandon Dean

        Even with a sim to micro sim, Tmobile will often change yours out for free, If you need to go from one to the other.

    • Xavier

       yup, as in2andoird said it’s easy…unless your switch your some from a android phone to a bberry or windows phone…then you’ll have to hit up tmo let them know so that they can have the internet work properly on that particular device.

      • Xavier

         that’s why i love tmo…freedom to switch phones on the fly…(i know any carrier with a sim can do it…but all that’s left is at&t…and i don’t like at&t)

  • Cashman

    No Rebates if you live in RI and CT. You get the phone for free in stores

    • Xavier

       damn you RI and CT…damn you

  • Guest

    Same questions as Xavier, can we get this deal on upgrades?

    • Xavier

       friend…my questions is lost in translation…  :(   :(

      but according to a tmo rep via chat…he said yes!!!!

  • P T

    So is the EIP (equipment installment plan) really for 20 months? Because if so some of those phone are more expensive than if you buy them as prepaid phone from T-Mobile. Of course you lose the benefit of an installment plan, but you are paying a fairly steep interest rate on the “loan”.

    As an example, Prism Prepaid is $150. EIP shown above it $10×20=$200. Nokia 710 is $250 prepaid while above it will cost $300. On the other hand My-Tocuh Q is $300 prepaid but only $200 above.

    Anyway, just want to verify that the EIP is a 20 month payment so I can figure out actual costs.

    • tommy

      If you are EIP 150 for 10 a month then that would be 15 months not 20.

  • phills

    Just called the tmobile store to ask about the required data plan (since there is no info on the site) and the rep said that only the one s and “galaxy s3″ will require a 5gig data plan – the rest of the phones you can just do 2g.  I thought it was interesting that he said s3 (he definitely did) but I’m assuming he meant s2.  Who knows though…

    • Soldatik21

       i have a 2 gig on my s2

      • phills

         I think he just meant that to qualify for the rebate you have to have a 5gig plan.

  • Lackey Darian

    I dont have a 2 year contract with t mobile. I pay 50$ a month. Do i qualify?

  • Mitch Surprenant

    Upgrade eligibility is something that happens on the carrier’s end. When you return a phone, you should make sure the person doing the returning makes that phone call for you. If they don’t know, or don’t have the number to call, you should call Customer Care yourself while you’re still in the store. Best Buy Mobile employees like myself do *not* have access to reverse your upgrade status.

    Also, last time T-Mobile did this, some Best Buy Mobile stores price-matched (as is usually policy) for free, though they were all orders that had to be placed to ship, as most BBYM locations no longer carry T-Mobile in-store. YMMV, but check with your local BBYM (talk to the lead or the mobile manager) to see if they will honor the price-match. You’ve still got the option of Geek Squad Protection, you just won’t leave the store with a phone in-hand.

  • Gad4

    I called tmobile customer care about taking the free fathers day offer. It appears I was on the 2 phone customer loyality plan with the old 20.00 and 25.00 data plans (which I thought were unlimited)  They said they werent and were only 5 gig..is this true?

    I dont want to give up something thats truly unlimited for a 5 gig plan at around the same price.

    They said I had to switch to a “classic” plan and the customer loyality plan, in their view was not unlimited.Im hoping this is not a scam to get me off something that is better. Those who are familiar with tmobile plans please advise. thanks.

    • TrevorMadden

      They’ve never done true unlimited. A few years ago, it was 10 gigs, then they moved it to 5 gigs. It really is unlimited, just after 5 gigs, you get slowed to 2G.
      P.S. Stick with the old $20.00 5 gig plan!! That’s what I’m on, it’s the best for the money. They do not, and will not ever again, offer that plan.

      • itmustbejj

        Not true. You can call retentions and get a $20 preferred data plan added today just by asking nicely.

        • TrevorMadden

          I mean they won’t unless you’re a legacy customer…or if you get just the right rep. But officially, no, they do not offer it.

    • Soldatik21

       the old data plans dont really work with the newer phones. i also had the old unlimited plan with my old blackberry curve, then had it with my windows phone 7, when i switched to the galaxy s2 the internet didnt work and i had to change. honestly didnt make a difference. 2 gigs is more than enough unless if im watching netflix then i will just use wifi

      • http://www.twitter.com/Wicked_1 Wicked1

        Blackberry & Android have separate days plans. If you had a blackberry plan and then got an Android and didn’t switch the plan, them yeah, it doesn’t work. I still have the $20 unlimited plan

    • Brandon Dean

      The plans that were “unlimited” were actually 10gb plans that had no cap, You would just get throttled 10gb on an unlimited plan. Now the threshold for throttling is at 5gb. In my experience, the throttling didn’t slow me down nearly as much as I expected it to, in most cases I barely noticed the difference (even in speed tests). So I wouldn’t worry too much about it. My connection was never reduced below 3g speeds.

  • http://twitter.com/TroyAG1 Troy G

    Seriously, how is this not false advertising? It should be the “4G phones may be free after you pay inflated price for them up front, and wait (6wk or more)hopeful that you and the store did everything correctly so the rebate system doesn’t deny and delay your claim Sale”

    If as many have claimed this is for fraud reasons why doesn’t T-Mobile value us customers who have been with since Voicestream days and waive the rebate process on existing lines(I have 5, 3 of which are currently eligible). Or if they need a $ commitment, charge me the upgrade fee in the store and give me a rebate form to get that back so it is free for the phone.

    Lately T-mobile device sales give me stomach aches. Happy Fathers day fork over $900 for 3 free phones you may never get the money back for. I’ll pass again, thank you.

  • C#Programmer

    From my personal experience, T-Mobile customer service is horrible. I used to be a sales rep and later worked for corporate processing commissions and applying internal sales contests. I’ve never experienced or witnessed as many issues as I do now with T-Mobile. Not only have I talked to untrained reps over the phone, the companies sales strategies such as raising the prices is just a complete horrible approach. Can anyone say customer retention? No wonder they are no longer a major carrier. But then again, it appears everyone has forgotten what quality customer service is.