T-Mobile Samsung Memoir For Free


Those of you still looking for the perfect imaging mobile handset, now’s your chance. The Samsung Memoir (previously $199.99 w/2-year contract) is now available for the incredible price tag of $0.00 (Yes that means free) with a new 2-year commitment. Loaded with an 8-megapixel camera and a full touch screen, the Memoir will be perfect for customers looking for a great imaging device to take quick snapshots of friends and family over the holiday season. Head on over to T-Mobile.com and take advantage of this great offer!

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  • redman12

    Only if they would do that with Blackberry 9700, it will be selling like hot cakes.

    • Toucan509

      Actually it is selling like hotcakes!!!

  • that would really really make my christmas even better….but their “only ifs” the 9700 is the best thing to happen to T-Mobile…..it would be better if the Iphone does come T-Mobile….I would be so thrilled! ! !

  • Taj

    Can’t really sell like hot cakes when it is being given away for free. Prolly EOL.

  • watbetch

    I’d get one, but the only good thing on it is the Camera.

    • BronxBebe

      Thats what I like it’s the camera cos I love taking pics and well my Canon Powershot G5 battery went on t he fizzed..dang it,lol.. Samsung do make good use for cameras and I thought we were suppose to get a Sony with 12mps..um anyone knows where that is?

  • dmvqueen

    it’s currently the phone i’m using i luv it i wish they would make this an android device like they did the behold i don’t want to give up my camera :/

  • vadim

    Is it only for new customers? Can i upgrade my phone using this deal?

    • Me

      I called twice. First time to ask if it is an upgrade. First rep told me no, only new customers or add a line. Called again and spoke to loyalty. They offered it to me as an upgrade for free with no upgrade fee too. All I paid was 5.99 for shipping. I didn’t even have to change plan and lose MyFaves. Awesome service.

      • BronxBebe

        Oh that was nice of them nice Christmas gift =)

      • Eric Flores

        I called and they did not offer me the deal. I have three lines and been a customer since 2006. I tried every trick in the book since I used to work for T-mobile and know how they are and they gave me no offer…all they were trying to offer me is the discount for the upgrade fee which is nothing really…..I would suggest cancelling and activating in order to get the discount because T-mobile is full of it…I get the best discount if I am a new customer but get screwed if I am a current customer…makes no sence.

  • FILA

    I look at that phone and doesnt it always look like the bottom of it is bigger then the rest of the phone. It just looks awkward cuz of the color, that black on silver just throws it off. but anyways, pass, but great for the average consumer who walks in

    G1v2 baby!

  • angelo

    why cant us even more plus people get some discount on phones.

    • BronxBebe

      That’s because on Even More Plus you get to pay for 20 months to where contracts of 2 years get 4 months to pay for the cells.

    • Jesse

      And because you save more on ur plan than u would with a contracted plan. T-mobile doesn’t make money on phones when selling them.

      • rossi

        There is a reason places like amazon, newegg, etc charge less for the phones than tmobile. This clearly demonstrates that there is some margin on cellphone sales (contrary to your comment).

        That said, I might buy the argument that Tmobile is charging you extra for the phone (and in some cases not making extra money on their phone sales) because they provide support for your device for the first year you own it (this obviously costs them money). However, if you don’t have a problem, tmobile profits from their sale to you.

      • sam

        hope im not repeating this but actually those 3rd party sites are a rip off in the long term if you look at WHY they offer bigger phone discounts it makes more sense to just pay for the phone. You can end up with a charge of an etf to t-mobile for canceling AND paying the same discount you got for the phone. For example: wirefly

        Our goal is to provide you with the very best purchasing experience possible, vs. buying in a retail store. Your wireless device purchase price was reduced by an Equipment Discount of $200 (. By accepting this price reduction, you agree to repay this discount if, during the 181 days after your new equipment is activated, you:

        Fail to pay your balance due to T-Mobile each month , Disconnect this T-Mobile line of service , Transfer this equipment to another T-Mobile line of service ,Change your T-Mobile service rate plan to a lower monthly service rate
        Deactivate the email/data feature if one was required at the point of purchase
        Transfer/port an existing mobile number from another T-Mobile account if this is a new line of service
        Replace an existing account with T-Mobile with this account if this is a new line

        If you break any of these contract provisions, except as a result of a documented service quality issue related to the carrier service, YOU AUTHORZIE US TO CHARGE YOUR CREDIT CARD in repayment of the Equipment Discount.

  • Rocko

    My best friend has this phone, it’s pretty kick ass if you’re not looking for a full smart phone. The pics he takes are really good quality, even has a panorama mode. But yeah, when he’s talking, people think he’s talking into his personal camera. I wish any of the Android handsets could take pics as good. Oh, and it has a FLASH!


    Hell, all of their phones should be free. Great way to move the crappy inventory.

  • JBLmobileG1

    Not a bad deal at all. Makes me wonder why they are getting rid of them for free when its still the best camera phone on the Tmobile lineup. Maybe Samsung or another Tmobile phone is coming out soon (next year) with a similar camera for either the same price point…. or maybe even less. New Google phone maybe? Whatever the case may be this is a steal. True its Christmas time and maybe they are just trying to be nice… but then again you don’t see any other phones of this type for FREE. I think it is messed up that upgrades don’t qualify since they are signing a 2 year contract as well and still paying a bill every month. I am sure if you mention switching to AT&T because they also offer a high mega pixel phone to customer loyatly they would do something for you… especially since its $100 less… unless of course you get the Memior for free.

  • Kendrix_myrealname

    Im pissed! I just upgraded my phones a month and a half ago and I paid $199 for the upgrade. I wish T-mo would refund me that money.

    • Kickstar13

      Call T-Mobile Customer Care and talk to the Loyalty Dept. They may be able to work something out for you. Though its highly unlikely, but give it try! I got $50 off my BlackBerry Bold 9700 (which I purchased a week earlier) when it was on sale for the Black Friday Weekend.

    • eric flores

      don’t worry upgrades don’t qualify for this offer…so u did not miss anything

  • They won’t honor this deal if you’re an existing customer. I haven’t had an upgrade or contract extension for over 4 years, but even after calling 3 times and even speaking with a manager the final time, they simply will NOT honor this deal. Period. Thanx for the post, but all it did was get my hopes up for a huge letdown-it’s simply a lie.

  • Yoboii89

    Well it looks like I’ll be at T-mobile tommorrow I’ll get it and see how it is then I’ll probably get something else…

  • popples

    Acutally it is a web only discount – if you look at the suggested retail price it says $449.99 and WEB ONLY DISCOUNT $449.99 and it is ONLY for new customers starting up a new line of service.

    • Kickstar13

      Ah I see. I’ll fix it up right now. Thanks.

  • souljourney

    Honestly we looked at this phone since my gf loves to take pics. We were going to the EM+ plan so it didn’t matter that with contract it is free.

    The pics on this phone are hardly different the the 5MP Behold. Plus neither phone can zoom very well. The bulkiness and cost difference didn’t seem to be a bargain. If this phone had been cheaper with the EM+ plan things might have been different…