T-Mobile Fourth of July deals include Galaxy S6 edge for $330, phone-tablet bundle savings


The Fourth of July weekend is very nearly here, and if you were thinking about celebrating America’s independence by buying a new phone, T-Mobile’s got some deals for you to check out.

First up, T-Mo is taking a full $350 off of the price of the Samsung Galaxy S6 edge. That leaves the S6 edge at a price of $329.99, or $0 down and 24 payments of $13.75 each. T-Mobile says that this deal is only good today, July 1, so you don’t have long to take advantage of this deal.

Meanwhile, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge are both being discounted by $50. That leaves the Galaxy S7 at $629.99 or $0 down and 24 payments of $26.25, while the Galaxy S7 edge is $739.99 or $19.99 down and 24 payments of $30 each.

T-Mobile is also offering a deal on phone and tablet bundles. Customers that buy the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE, or silver iPhone 5s can get $200 off any new iPad. The gold iPhone 5s doesn’t appear to qualify for this iPad discount, but T-Mo is instead discounting it by $200, leaving it at $299.99 full retail or $0 down and 24 payments of $12.50 per month.

If Android’s more your thing, T-Mo is will give you 50 percent off the Galaxy Tab E (normally $239.99) when you buy a Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy S7, or Galaxy S7 edge. You can also get $200 off the Galaxy Tab S2 (normally $649.99) with the purchase of any of those Galaxy phones.

Fans of the Life’s Good crew can get 50 percent off the LG G Pad X 8.0 (normally $239.99) with the purchase of the LG G4, LG G5, or LG V10.

Rounding out T-Mobile’s July 4th sale are some plain ol’ discounts:

  • HTC One M9 for $299.99 full retail or $0 down and 24 payments of $12.50
  • LG G Stylo for $289.99 full price or $0 down and 24 payments of $12.09
  • LG K7 for $99.99 full retail or $0 down and 24 payments of $4.17
  • T-Mobile 3-in-1 SIM Starter Kit for free with promo code FREESIM
  • Prepaid Coolpad Catalyst for $39.99 ($60 off), plus $50 prepaid refill card
  • Prepaid ZTE Avid Plus for $19.99 ($95 off), plus $50 prepaid refill card
  • Prepaid SIM for $3.99 with promo code SIMDEAL

All of the deals — save for the one-day the GS6 edge discount — will be available for a limited time.

Thanks, Cameron!

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  • TaekwonBo

    What an amazing deal, get the S6 for 330 and 50% off a tablet. 330 +120= 450 for a phone and a tablet. I’m considering it. Not sure of the tab E specs but I’m looking into it.

    • TaekwonBo

      Ok, I overlooked the tablet data plan and just found out the 50% off is in the form of bill credits. Meh! Not a fan of that to jump on it and the data plan to jump on the double coupon option. But for what it’s worth, if you don’t want the spend the dough 700+ on an S7. The 6 makes a great option.

  • Joe

    Well that sucks. I still owe more than $330 for my wife’s S6 128GB on the EIP plan. Blah!

    • Acdc1a

      That’s why I quit with the EIP’S.

    • vinnyjr

      That is still a great phone. The 128gb models are just about impossible to find. I wish I kept mine.

    • MadJoe

      If you JUMP’d it, they pay off what you owe on the other phone. The 64GB version was $350. I grabbed one yesterday for one of my lines that still owed almost $300 on an S5, so it turned out to be a great deal for me.

  • patt

    Not really good deals. Just recently there was was 130$ rebate or 240$ on tablets.

  • Kyle Jullius Laurence Miller

    Such bs…. I paid double that for my s7 edge. >;

    • MadJoe

      Don’t feel too bad, the S7 Edge is probably almost twice as good as the S6 Edge, anyway. Water resistance, and an SD card slot plus upgraded camera, SoC, battery, etc.. People who paid full price for the S6 Edge should be crying in the streets right now, though. Dang I’d hate to be one of them.

    • Bonedatt

      If you got it when they offered buy one get one free you’d be paying about $390 each for the S7 Edge.

  • Guest

    Nice try Samsung, but no. Maybe for $250, or the S7 for $350-400. What I would really like is a 5″ LG or BB with an optional keyboard module with higher mid-range specs for $400.

  • icwhatudidthere

    Too bad they’ve written off HTC already. They’re not even shipping the 10 to stores. It’s order only, at least at the 7 stores I’ve been to.

    • Bonedatt

      Yep! It wasn’t even on display at the stores I went to also.

    • Acdc1a

      They had to price the thing aggressively to develop interest in the brand again. They didn’t. HTC faces being irrelevant.


    “Prepaid ZTE Avid Plus for $19.99 ($95 off), plus $50 prepaid refill card”

    Is this correct? $20 for a $115 phone with $50 card?

    • PiCASSiMO

      Although the ZTE Avid is not active on the website, the Coolpad is.

      Seems like you pay $20 for the phone with a mandatory $50 purchase of the pre-paid refill card. Net cost is $70 for the phone, which is the current price of the ZTE Avid on Bestbuy.

      So if you wanted a post-paid phone for $20, look elsewhere. But for a pre-paid, it’s a good deal, should it be actually visible/active on T-Mobile site.

  • TheRealKingSen

    Bought the 6s edge for the sale price and a few days later I went online to check my bill and it says it’s a refurbished phone