T-Mobile launching BOGO deals on Apple, LG, and Samsung phones on June 1st

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The official start of summer is getting close, and to celebrate, T-Mobile is kicking off a Buy One Get One sale this Friday.

Starting Friday, June 1st, T-Mobile is launching BOGO deals on 13 phones from Apple, LG, and Samsung. To take advantage of these offers, you’ll need to buy your two new phones on EIP. You cannot mix and match brands, but you can mix and match two phones from the same brand.

Apple

  • Buy one, get one on iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 8 (64GB)
  • Buy one, get $700 off on iPhone 8 (256GB), iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
  • Requires port-in from a non-T-Mobile provider to one of the phone lines that purchased a device and trade-in of a qualifying device.
  • Money back through prepaid card rebate.

LG

  • Buy one, get one for LG G6, LG V30, LG V30+, and LG G7 ThinQ
  • No porting or trade-in requirements. Receive monthly bill credits for your second device.

Samsung

  • Buy one, get one on Samsung Galaxy S9
  • Buy one, get $720 off a Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy S8 Active
  • Activate two new lines for new customers or at least one new line for existing customers on a qualified rate plan to be used with the new devices. Receive money back through monthly bill credits.

T-Mobile says that these deals will be available for “a very limited time”.

 

UPDATE: I’ve gotten more details on the upcoming BOGO deals from T-Mobile and have updated the post with that information.

Source: T-Mobile

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  • BrianC

    Do we need to port a line in again?

    • Koolme666

      It says add a line.

      • SirStephenH

        Only for Apple and Samsung.

        • Koolme666

          The update wasn’t here two days ago when I wrote my response.

    • Andrew Singleton

      you must add a line (no port required) for apple and samsung. not for lg.

  • Mickey T

    If you want the LG phones, the current promo sounds better? No new line needed?

    2018 Q2 LG Superphone BOGO
    Promo code: TM59
    Start date: April 17, 2018
    Credit: up to $30/mo. for 24 months

    Qualifying credit, service, and finance agreements for both devices required. G6: $0 down + $19/mo. x 24, pre-credit price $456; V30: $0 down + $29/mo. x 24, pre-credit price $696; G7: $30 down + $30/mo. x 24, pre-credit price $750. If you cancel wireless service, remaining balance at full price becomes due on 1 or both devices & credits may stop; contact us for details. 0% APR. For well-qualified customers. Up to $750 back on second device of equal or lesser value. Must be active and in good standing to receive credits; allow 2 bill cycles. May not be combined with some offers or discounts (e.g. Carrier Freedom).

    T-Mobile customers and T-Mobile for Business customers who purchase a new LG G7, G6 or V30 on T-Mobile’s Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) may receive up to $750 back on a second LG G7, G6 or V30 (of equal or lesser value via 24 monthly bill credits).

  • Ron Kinsey

    I ordered the LG V30s a couple of days ago. No new line required.

    • Andrew Singleton

      same with the new g7! awesome deal!

  • Mike

    Does this require you be onthe tmobile one plan? The details I find just state “qualifying rate plan” and “voice rate plan” which makes me think this is open to old simple choice plans as well?

    • Andrew Singleton

      simple choice unlimited (only certain ones, ask your rep to look up SOC list) and t-mobile one.

  • Zach B.

    Nice! More “deals” that punish customers for not leaving T-Mobile through their ups and downs. I can’t wait to see how they screw over T-Mobile customers when Sprint users are brought in.

    • SirStephenH

      These are pretty standard deals and have to be hashed out with the device manufacturers so don’t blame T-Mobile alone.

      • pda96

        I agree. TMO has grown so much. They have lots of customers now. So they don’t feel the need to steal customers from the the big 2 with customer friendly promos. So imagine if TMO and Sprint merge, these deals will probably disappear for good.

  • MindFog2287

    Have had my eye on that S8 Active for so long – but you always need to port a line over. Ugh. Come on, T-Mo. I’m not having any more kids. Isn’t six lines enough for you? :P

    • SirStephenH

      You could always buy an LG which doesn’t require a new line. My Dad has always insisted on using Samsung and even had an S8 Active for a few weeks. He returned his S8A so we could take advantage of a V30 BOGO deal and lower the bill by eliminating a phone payment. He now loves his V30 more than any Samsung phone he’s had.

      You might like a different brand better, you’ll never know till you try.

      • MindFog2287

        Thanks for the suggestion. I never thought I’d say this, but I’m now a dedicated Samsung convert. After the Nexus 4, 5, and 6, when Google dropped wireless charging, I started shopping around. During that time, I had two LG phones – both ended up bootlooping (G4 and a V10). My co-worker had a 5X. Bootlooped after an update. My stepson also had a G4. Bootlooped as well. My G4 went back and forth to LG support three times. First time they replaced the screen, no idea why. Second time they replaced the mainboard but put a big gouge in the screen. Third time they replaced the screen to fix the gouge they had made. Each time I was without a phone for two weeks. I will never again get an LG phone. I just don’t trust the quality.

        I went to the Note5 after that and have just stuck with it. If it had Band71 and a battery that lasted longer than half a day, I’d be 100% satisfied with it. It’s always buttery smooth, I love the screen, and it just always works properly.

  • HeatFan786

    T-Mobile should stop offering subpar iPhone deals. Give us a proper BOGO deal with an iPhone X, even if it is bill credits. Keep trade ins out of it too.

    • SirStephenH

      All carrier BOGO deals are worked out with the device manufacturers. Apple has never seen a need to offer any better when they have cultists who will buy nothing else than their products.

      • HeatFan786

        T-Mobile has had killer deals on the newest iPhones before though. I think they’ve done BOGOs without trade ins or number port ins.

  • Francisco Peña

    shame its bill credits.

    • krym73

      Not at costco

    • SirStephenH

      Would you really rather buy both devices outright and wait for a VISA gift card in the mail? Because that’s the only other BOGO deal T-Mobile ever offers.

  • Philip

    I will a little longer for Samsung to do the BOGO.

  • pda96

    This is not the S9 BOGO promo I’ve been waiting for. It’s basically a repeat or the previous S9 promo. You have to port a line to get a monthly credit. Sorry TMO, no deal.

  • pseudoswede

    The current Costco deal is probably the best one for those who do not want to add a line. If I can get $190 for my near-mint S7, my new S9 will be about $300 after Costco card, Executive Member rebate, and Citi Visa rebate.

  • pda96

    Sometimes I feel like jumping to VZ to take advantage of their promos. But I could never justify the higher cost of joining the Evil Empire. It’s like the Big 2 stopped trying to outdo TMO. It’s not a big deal for me to jump back and forth just to have the promos.

    I don’t mind being on EIP. But I hate having to port a line and/or trade a device. And most of these promos are for customers with some sort of unlimited plan. They are usually not for Simple Choice customers.