$100 off select T-Mobile tablets through June 15, including new Galaxy Note 10.1

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Starting today, in time for father’s day, T-Mobile is offering a $100 discount on its most popular tablets, including the Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, which only landed on Magenta store shelves today. The discount will be in place up in until June 15th.

For a limited time you’ll be able to snag a Galaxy Note 10.1 for $0 down, and 24 monthly payments of $25, taking it to $600 in total. Plus, you can still take advantage of the free 200MB data for life, and get $10 off other mobile data plans until the end of this year. If you’re more an iPad fan, you’ll be pleased to know the iPad Air and mini have both been discounted by $100 for the next 9 days also.

“We’ve more than quadrupled our tablet line-up over the last year, and we’re just getting started,” said Mike Sievert, Chief Marketing Officer for T-Mobile. “Go to any of the old carriers, and you could pay more for your tablet or get stuck with long-term service contracts and overages. Only T-Mobile gives you a selection of the latest iOS and Android tablets with no annual service contract, no limits while on our network, no overages, with the world as your network in 100+ countries at no extra cost—and 200 MB free data for life.”

To check out the offer in more detail, or buy a discounted tablet for father’s day, head on over to the tablets store page on T-Mobile.com.

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  • Zacamandapio

    I’ll take advantage of this specially since June 11th is my son’s birthday.
    I think that’s a great gift.

  • Customer

    I was still able to go to the store and get 1gb for free. Even shows up on my bill. So ask a sales rep, I am not sure if its a per store basis.

    • qmc

      1 gb is free until end of the year.

    • JJCommonSense

      I got the 1gb for free yesterday too

  • None of them appeals to me because none of them run the Windows OS.

    • krym73

      Windows R.i.P

      • Windows R.i.P

        Not so fast. The 8.1 with Update 1 has proven to be a success so far, but there is more to come.

  • Too bad, they don’t have the Nexus 7 anymore.

    • JaswinderSinghJammu

      If you near a frys electronics, They have the Nexus 7 2013 with LTE deal for $149.99 plus $50 frys card.

      • Is this site wide or just a YMMV because it’s not in their website.

        • JaswinderSinghJammu

          Check the ad that is good till tomorrow 6/5

      • qmc

        They are out of stock. There was one store left when I checked yesterday, and that one is probably Mia. But I got mine on Saturday.

  • druff

    What happens after 200MB is reached? Is the data completely shut off, throttled or charged overage?

    • coolio93

      It’s shut off

    • Stone Cold

      Once the 200 is done. Then you will start using what ever data package you signed up for.

  • BRyan

    Is this back to basically the Wifi pricing?

  • druff

    Once the sim card is activated, would I be able to use it in another device?

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    Note 10.1 was $600 before and now it is still showing as $600 so where is the discount?

    • JJCommonSense


      • JaswinderSinghJammu

        Yeah, it went to the store at lunch and they tried telling me that original price was $700 and now it’s $600. The full price I saw was $651 then it was lowered to $600 before they announced $100 promo. I was like let me think about it.

        • JJCommonSense

          I bought it yesterday anyway.. its awesome (as I knew it would be).. the retail sale price for the 32gb note 2014 is like $527.. so an extra $80 for LTE is alright with me… plus u can get JUMP on it so if/when the next big thing hits Magic Magenta we can upgrade then too.

        • JaswinderSinghJammu

          I really want the zagg keyboard cover to go with it and it’s another $100 so the discount would help. I really would rather buy 12.2 pro but not lte compatible with T-Mobile

        • JJCommonSense

          You know what, I bought a keyboard cover from amazon that has a TouchPad as well, it was less than $40, I love it. My Note 2014 has replaced my laptop for the time being. Especially when you download hancom Office from the Samsung apps store.

      • sweetstarshine1

        me too! i was like theres no discount! its still 600? just u dont put anything down so you pay more over the 24 months instead!!!! :-S

  • Paul

    I found the WiFi only model, 32 Gig, on Amazon and Best Buy for $50 cheaper, or $150 cheaper when it’s not priced down via T-Mobile. The cellular models are $650 though.

    I, personally, don’t need one that runs on cellular data. With only 200Mb of data for free I’d get down to the WiFi only use pretty quickly. I wouldn’t be able to justify the extra cash for more data nor would I need it since I’d use it at home or work and have WiFi available.
    I could see this being a deal for someone that needs the cellular data, like a business for example. Then perhaps the cellular model would be the best purchase.

    I do like that Magenta is giving some discount to their cellular data tablets. I’ll bet it does make a difference in sales of tablets.

  • krym73

    These ads are horrible it’s almost impossible to get anywhere with these ads. Phonedog is really trying to kill off this site.

  • Singleweird

    the new pricing we’ve received does not reflect the 10.1 being discounted, only iPads. FYI for everyone who’s rushing to a retail store. -tmo rep