T-Mobile kicks off buy one, get one half off Apple Watch deal

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T-Mobile today kicked off a new Apple Watch deal.

For a limited time, you can buy an Apple Watch Series 3 and get half off a second Apple Watch Series 3. Specifically, you’ll get $215 off, which is half off the full price of the 42mm Apple Watch Series 3 model.

To get this deal, you’ll need to buy both Apple Watch units on an Equipment Installment Plan (EIP) with a DIGITS Apple Watch plan on the same line. You’re also required to add at least one new paid DIGITS Apple Watch line if you’re an existing customer or two new paid DIGITS Apple Watch lines if you’re a new customer. You’ll need to pay the required down payments and taxes for each watch at the time of purchase, too.

Once you meet all those requirements, you’ll get $215 in the form of 24 monthly bill credits. You must remain active on a paid DIGITS Apple Watch plan with active EIP in order to continue receiving those bill credits.

T-Mobile’s DIGITS service allows you to sync your phone number to your Apple Watch. This means that when someone calls your regular phone number, it’ll ring your Apple Watch at the same time. DIGITS service is priced at $10 per month with autopay or $15 per month without.

With its built-in cellular connectivity, the Apple Watch Series 3 can let you leave your iPhone at home but still get your calls and texts. You can also get alerts from other apps, and Apple Music subscribers can stream music from their wrist with the Apple Watch Series 3. The device serves as a way for iPhone owners to lighten their load while they’re out while still staying connected, so if you’ve got an iPhone and that sounds appealing to you, you may want to check out T-Mobile’s limited time Apple Watch deal.

Thanks, Javier!

Source: T-Mobile

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  • Derek

    Gross. Smartwatches really are useless.

    • Prode

      Not really. I use them for notifications and to see if I am getting a incoming call while not having to carry my phone around with me. Really helps when you are on call for work at home.

  • dcmanryan

    24 month bill credits? Digits line at $10 a month? Give me a break! Unless you absolutely need a digit line (You Don’t) just buy the blutooth version and avoid this garbage deal. New watches are coming very soon and this is nothing more than a money grab and letting you think you’re actually getting a bargain which you’re not. T-Mobile deals have become useless to most anymore without adding more crap to your account that you obviously didn’t want or you would already have it! They really need to step up their game on these “deals” as they’re becoming laughable.

  • Zach B.

    Was interested in this until I saw all the requirements. This isn’t a deal at all! It actually cost you extra in the long run. Additionally, Series 4 watches are just around the corner. This is just T-Mobile attempting to clear old stock out, yet they’re not doing a good job at offering an enticing deal.

    • Andrew Singleton

      “costs you extra,” what?

      • Charmed79

        It costs you extra if you have to add lines that you don’t need!

  • pda96

    Let’s see some better deals for 4th of July, TMO. Give us an iPhone/S9 deal that doesn’t require porting a line, or a trade-in, or a “qualifying plan” (i.e. Unlimited).

    • Prode

      Won’t happen. It is always going to require that you do one of the following. T-Mobile doesn’t get anything out of just giving you a BOGO and not getting something on their end.

      • Zach B.

        Unfortunately, this is going to get worse for customers if the Sprint merger happens. We’ll get much better and greatly needed cell service in a few years, but it’s highly unlikely to create an atmosphere where T-Mobile fights to keep current customers with great deals. They’re going to go down the Verizon/Comcast route where you’ll get a fantastic and temporary deal to switch to the other guy for 2 years until your contract expires and the other company offers you another fantastic and temporary deal.

        • pda96

          Agreed 100%. When competition is reduced, so will the motivation to fight for customers.

      • pda96

        EIP! They can lock me in for another 2 yrs. This is their incentive.

        • Prode

          They get nothing extra for that 2 yrs they want to gain more out of you then what you are already paying. I understand why they do it but it just sucks that they never do anything like they use too.

        • pda96

          Then you’re going to like them much less once they merge with Sprint. The promos will disappear and the costs will rise. They will make customers pay for their acquisition of Sprint, just like AT&T is making its customers pay for the Time Warner acquisition.

        • Prode

          Time will tell for that but I do not care about promos as long as my price doesn’t change at all