Deal: T-Mobile Lumia 635 plus Fitbit for $178.95


Only recently, Fitbit finally launched a Windows Phone app for its popular fitness tracking wearables. To coincide with the app launch Microsoft is offering up a great deal through its online store.

You can pick up a T-Mobile Nokia Lumia 635 and a Fitbit Flex together for $178.95. (We’ll try to ignore the fact you can get the AT&T variant and Flex together for just $148.95). Still, it’s a decent offer if you’re already in the market for a fitness tracker and a new smartphone. Through T-Mobile’s store, a Lumia 635 will set you back $168 on its own. To get a $100 fitness tracker for just $10 extra is pretty fantastic. That said, you can pick up the phone on its own direct from Microsoft for just $129 if the Fitbit isn’t attractive to you.

Let us know if you’re planning to pick one up with this deal, or if you’re waiting for the cheaper Lumia 530.

Source: Microsoft Store
Via: WPCentral

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  • Hodor

    Still waiting on news for the Nokia 1525 TMo…my Note 2 is feeling a bit long in the tooth lately!

    • Chris

      Dude the Note 2 is just…I dunno man so good. I just got the LG G3 and I’m pretty sure I’m going to return it and go back to the Note 2. I can’t wait for the Note 4 and G Flex 2. Hoping one of those will be able to pull me away!

      • Hodor

        I just had to do a factory reset on mine. Battery has started acting up and just doing strange things lately (had it since launch). I only have 14 apps installed outside of the bloatware and software it comes with so it’s not like i install lots of random crap. Kitkat is taking forever and has mixed reviews…just ready for something different. Note 2 looks disappointing compared to what it was originally rumored have. Haven’t read about the GFlex2.

    • Paul

      Should root it, via XDA, and install Tweaked ROM from there. Made my Note 2 scream like a freakin’ rocket.

    • conservative_motorcyclist

      I am sure there will be a “1525.3” (Play on the 1520.3 phone that is currently out there) variant that is released. Latin America carriers use the same AWS frequencies as T-Mobile. AT&T does, too as well as WIND and Mobilicity in Canada.

  • SilentRick

    Ridiculous how Tmo phones are more expensive than ATT. I’m getting fed up with this company.

    • Marc

      I am sure it has to do with the fact that TMo’s bands are so messed up. ATT’s on the other hand are more mainstream…
      Still sucks though!

    • g2a5b0e

      What’s ridiculous to me is that people actually complain about this. You’re not interested in spending an extra $30 up front on a device that you will save a ton of money on over the 1 or 2 years you have it? Do the math on comparable plans from both companies & tell me I’m not right.

  • jawash22

    Nope.Damn tmobile,even cricket at least has the 1320. Can we get something like a 1020,icon,or1525? I have until September then I’m going to att prepaid if not.

    • Ordeith

      Come to the dark side, we have coverage. :)

    • Paul

      There are a few articles here that show Magenta is getting more Windows Phones, and they’re nicer models.

    • Smith

      I know what you mean, I waited and waited and waited for T-Mobile to come with nice Windows Phone but at the end gave up and switched to ATT and got Nokia 920. Now I am just waiting to see what comes next for Windows Phone on ATT. But I do hope T-Mobile get some high-end nice Windows Phone pretty soon… :|

  • conservative_motorcyclist

    I’m holding out for the T-Mobile variant of the HTC One (M8) Windows Phone that Verizon ended up with a stupid exclusive with!

    That, or anything under 5″ with at least 1GB RAM with at least a 720P display that doesn’t look like a brick! WHAT’S UP WITH ALL THE CHEAP-A@@ PHONES, T-MOBILE!?!?!??!

    • John

      I would recommend a GSM unlocked Motorola Moto X with T-Mobile Sim card direct from their motomaker customization site. I got one a few months ago, and absolutely love it. A very capable phone and an excellent value right now if the $100 sale is still going on. They’re trying to clear them out before the replacement comes out. Why T-mobile doesn’t sell them directly baffles me. But it’s nice to get one custom built with hundreds of color combinations to choose from plus picking amount of storage, etc. Disregard if you’re looking solely for a windows phone as this one is Android.

      • David

        The problem with Moto X is… Android. That phone you are recommending is not even close to any of phones on Windows Phone ecosystem in term of performance, speed and etc.
        Someone need to find away and stop this stupid exclusivity. Not everyone wants Android and not everyone wants HTC or etc.

        • JMF_mobile

          Sorry, didn’t realize until after I posted that it was really a Windows phone discussion, just that the specs you were looking for closely matched the Moto X, except it has 2GB Ram instead of 1. I’ve never experienced a Windows Phone, only Android and iPhones. Of the two operating systems I definitely prefer Android and the latest Android is a definite improvement over earlier versions . I highly doubt any Windows phone performs any faster than my Moto X, however. It’s very fast and at a midrange price, especially now. I hope Windows phones become more of a player in the market – definitely good to have more options. I do agree with you that T-Mobile needs to offer more mid-range phones on their website – all they have now for the most part is the real expensive or real cheap ones.