T-Mobile Galaxy S7 edge on sale for $429.99, free 128GB microSD card included


If you missed out on T-Mobile’s Galaxy S7 edge sale last month, you’ve now got another chance to score a discounted Samsung flagship.

Samsung is now selling the T-Mobile version of the Galaxy S7 edge for $429.99, a full $250 off its normal asking price. To make this deal even sweeter, Samsung is throwing in a free 128GB microSD card, giving you ample storage beyond the 32GB that’s built in to the phone.

To compare, T-Mobile is currently asking $672 for the Galaxy S7 edge. Buying through Samsung means that you can’t get the phone on EIP or JOD, of course, but for those that don’t mind getting their phone from Samsung rather than T-Mo, this is a nice deal.

As of this writing, Samsung appears to be sold out of the Black Onyx model of the GS7 edge, but the Blue Coral, Silver Titanium, and Gold Platinum models are still available. Samsung also discounted the regular Galaxy S7, but that model appears to be sold out, too.

While the Galaxy S8 is on the horizon, the Galaxy S7 edge is still a solid Android smartphone with specs that include a 5.7-inch 2560×1440 display, 4GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 820 processor, and a 12-megapixel camera. Also worth mentioning is that T-Mobile has released the Android 7.0 update for its Galaxy S7 edge, so if you take advantage of this deal, you’ll be able to get onto Nougat right away.

Via: Android Police
Source: Samsung

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  • NardVa

    I liked T-Mobile’s deal better at $360. I have a bunch of sd cards laying around so there is no value in paying more to get a 128GB SD card.

    • Stefan Naumowicz

      Especially since that sd card is like $30

  • Vlad

    I’ve bought mine for 360, was perfect, until updated Nougat, now getting constant restarts all day long whenever phone wants to,.
    And having really hard time, since T-Mobile doesn’t want to replace it.
    T-Mobile Nougat update is very buggy.
    Should have stayed with marshmallow

    • Kevin

      doesn’t it cover by the tm warranty?

      • Vlad

        Apparently not, 1 rep said I can only get refurbished, 2nd rep said I can’t return only exchange for something, but then said phone is out of stock.

    • CousinSkeeta

      If u aint wipe the cache and data then yea it sucks my friends works perfectly after they wiped it

      • Vlad

        Done master reset, didn’t help, getting random restarts all day.

        • CousinSkeeta

          But did you go in recovery mode and wipe the data and cache

        • Vlad

          Yes, I’ve done master reset once. Through recovery. Didn’t fixed it.
          Very mad now…

    • Andrew Singleton

      factory reset your phone.

  • Andrew Singleton

    Immediately after downloading and installing nougat, factory reset your device and start fresh WITHOUT restoring your apps. Download them yourself (scroll to ALL and you can multi-select and download all with 1 click). Use your google account only for contacts, calendar and the Photos app. Your phone will work like a charm.

  • Kilroy672

    This must be through Samsung’s web site. I went to T-Mobile and its still $672. I got mine about 10 days for $480. Which is still good deal. I was on hold with T-Mobile and going to ask them if they can credit m the difference in the sale price between I got mine and now. I seen the site still has them for $672. So it must be Samsung selling them to T-Mobile customers.

    • Corey Jalette

      It clearly says in the article that it is samsung doing the sale on their website. Lol

  • Philip

    Have you had annoying accident bump on the edge?

  • queenren

    They all seem to be “out of stock” now.

    I find it hard to believe that Samsung sold ALL of their S7 Edge phones in a couple of days.

    • Vlad

      Not all, they have Coral blue

      • queenren

        Not when I go to the website. The “Add to Cart” button is replaced with “Where to Buy”

  • crash

    I notice one problem after the nougat update and it bugs me. Using samsung’s stock messaging app does not show delivery reports. This happened with my galaxy s6 too when I updated from lollipop to marshmallow. The only thing that fixed it was after a few security updates. Until an update is available I’m using Android messages.

  • Raiterio Patterson

    I thought Samsung was selling diamonds but that’s what I get for thinking

  • Pak T

    Dang, late to the party and I think I missed out on this deal. Appears to be sold out on their website.